Surviving Spouses" Benefits Act of 1993
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Surviving Spouses" Benefits Act of 1993 report (to accompany H.R. 3456) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office).

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C.? .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Survivors" benefits -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
  • Old age pensions -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
  • Military pensions -- Law and legislation -- United States.

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Edition Notes

SeriesReport / 103d Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives -- 103-350.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination8 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16998092M

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Surviving spouses of Veterans who died on or after Jan. 1, , receive a basic rate, plus additional payments for dependent children, for the aid and attendance of another person if they are patients in a nursing home or require the regular assistance of another person, or if they are permanently housebound. Note: You can find the details of these rates in title 38 U.S.C. (a, b, c, d, f) and 38 CFR (b). Example of how to calculate your DIC payment. If you're the surviving spouse of a Veteran, your monthly rate would start at $1, Then for each additional benefit you qualify for, you would add the amounts from the Added amounts table.. In this example: We show the . The basic monthly rate of DIC is $1, for an eligible surviving spouse. The rate is increased for each dependent child, and also if the surviving spouse is housebound or in need of aid and attendance. VA also adds a transitional benefit of $ to the surviving spouse's monthly DIC if there are children under age The amount is based on a. The Veterans Benefits Act of Section of the Veterans Benefits Act of amended 38 U.S.C. , Special provisions relating to marriages, regarding benefits for veterans' surviving spouses who remarry after a certain age. The amendment redesignated the text of former section (d)(2) as (d)(2)(A), and added a new section (d.

FEDERAL BENEFITS PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS' BENEFITS ACT (P.S.O.B.) The PSOB Act provides a benefit to the eligible survivors of a public safety officer whose death is the direct and proximate result of a traumatic injury sustained in the line of duty. The Act also provides the same benefit to a public safety officer who has been permanently and. § Special allowance payable under section of Pub. L. The provisions of this section apply to the payment of a special allowance to certain surviving spouses and children of individuals who died on active duty prior to Aug , or who died as a result of a service-connected disability which was incurred or aggravated prior to Aug The Family and Medical Leave Act, passed in , is a federal initiative aimed to give workers job-protected, unpaid time off work to address bonding with a new child or taking care of a sick family member or yourself. Today, there are expansions that take military families’ unique life challenges into consideration. (Sec. ) Allows surviving spouses eligible for dependency and indemnity compensation to elect to instead receive a death pension. Limits the FY cost-of-living increases for various veterans' compensation to the percentage increase under title II (Old age, survivors and disability insurance) of the Social Security Act beginning on.

  Maintenance of Surviving Spouses Act, Posted on May 6, by Bregmans The surviving spouse in a marriage dissolved by death has a claim against the estate of the deceased spouse for the provision of his or her reasonable maintenance needs until his or her death or re-marriage in so far as s/he is not able to provide therefor from his own. Municipal Impact: None. Explanation. The fiscal impact to the Teachers ' Retirement System (TRS) from the change to the surviving spouse benefit options provided in the bill is minimal relative to the magnitude of the Teachers ' Retirement Fund. 1 Since the TRS actuarial assumption is an automatic co-participant option for married members upon eligibility for . Quite a few of our Councils and Chapters are successfully led by surviving spouses! We often hear from surviving spouses that participating in the local chapter was one of the best things they did during their survivor transition. To locate a chapter near you, contact the MOAA Member Service Center at or use the MOAA Chapter Locator. This book was a disappointment. A few pages were devoted to dealing with the practical aspects of losing a spouse. The major focus was on building new romantic relationships following the loss of your spouse. The book is largely stories of widows and widowers building new temporary/transitional relationships following the death of their spouses/5(8).