You may find the advantage of social security widow benefits at the following sites www.ssa.gov/ww&os2.htm or www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/eimanual/eim76000.htm
The social security office can help you find that information out. You would have to call them to find out and they can mail you out a social security statement showing you what your benefits are.
Go to your social security department and ask about your benefits for 2014 . The Social Security Statement provides information about your earnings history and estimates of your Social Security benefits.
Contact you local Social Security office.
I will be retiring soon, and I would like to know what my benefits will be from Social Security. Where online can I go to use the Social Security calculator?
Usually at age 62 you can file for your own social security benefits. Would depend on what type of widows pension this is. Go to the SSA gov website SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS ONLINE and use the search box where you can find some information
Im having a big problem at home with the economics, so i was wondering where i could find a social security benefits calculator?
Someday I will grow old and be unable to work any longer. I would like to know the projected benefits I will receive from Social Security. Where online can I get a copy of the Social Security Benefits Worksheet?
A great website to help you find information and advice for social security benefits is www.irs.gov. This website has lots of information that will help you with your taxes.
There are no true Social Security calculators, there are only ones that will help estimate what your benefits/payments will be. The Social Security website has one but until you apply for any benefits any number it provided you will not be concrete.
Here is a link to Social Security Online, where you will find answers to such questions. Note that your ex-wife does not collect YOUR social security benefits: She may collect ---- benefits from the Soc Sec fund, based on your Social Security record, if she is at least age 62 and if you are entitled to or are receiving benefits. http://www.ssa.gov/gethelp1.htm