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social security death benefits, change of custody

A: Okay, you need to take the court order to soc sec and do a change in representative payee for the benefits.  You can ask that the soc sec dept go after her for the payments that she received from 03 to now. Make a phone call first to soc sec to find out the exact steps you need to take....


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social security death benefits, change of custody

A: Okay, you need to take the court order to soc sec and do a change in representative payee for the benefits.  You can ask that the soc sec dept go after her for the payments that she received from 03 to now. Make a phone call first to soc sec to find out the exact steps you need to take....


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Insurance death benefit to Replace Income

A: Dear Paul, Present value will do,if you use an earnings rate on principal required to provide income in the amount of 2.5% to 3.5%. To this you would add any lumpsum requirements due at death. From this you would subtract any other available income stream. Willard R. Brumbaugh...
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death benefits

A: Hi Amanda The answer is yes, but the laws of your state will determine how far back you can claim...this is called the Statute of Limitations which would normally be three years after you reached your 18th birthday. It might be ten years from the day you sue, but you need to check the laws of your state....


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Lost incredible amount of money, seeking best advice for death benefits

A: Suicide or death is not an answer to your problems. It never is and never will be. The only answer is to get the type of treatment/help that you deserve. Your children/family will be so harmed by your taking of your own life. Dont do it, just get help. You have a ton of support here. All you have to do is ask. I personally would do anything to help you out, cause I have been where you are at.   Pat...
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death benefits!

A: Hi Reeta Because the Medicaid regulations are different in each State, that is hard to answer.  Funeral expenses are usually covered, but also are usually very low.  Cneck with the social worker at the nursing home and they can explain what the local regulations are.  It might be possible for him to prepurchase funeral arrangements. John...
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graded death benefit whole life insurance

A: Leslye, There are things out there that can help. I have an insurance broker firm sending me an application for something today, but would need your e-mail address to forward it on to you.  I always hesitate asking this info, but what I send you will give you the only option I know of and you can take it from there. I am very sorry you are going through this, but you are a very sweet Mother-In-Law to assist with this.  You get a gold star for sure. You can e-mail me directly from my website at rgramsay.com and I will send this policy info to you as soon as I get it. My best to you and your family as you got through all of this....
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Life Insurance death benefit

A: You probably know this, but gifts to individuals are limited to $12,000 per year without having to file a gift tax return.  The source of the funds is immaterial.  If the money is hers (actually, depending on the state, both yours and hers), she can give each relative $12,000. If you and she give a joint gift, the amount doubles to $24,000 per donee. In the event that she gave more in a year than $12,000, she would have to file a gift tax return, but would not owe any tax until her gifts exceeded the Unified Credit.  This credit goes against the gift and estate taxes up to a maximum for 2007 and 2008 of $1 million for gifts and $2 million for estates. David S. Bowman, CLU...
 
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