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Do your retirement insurance benefits end when you die?
Yes, your benefits end with your death. No retirement insurance benefit is paid for the month of your death. However, survivor benefits may be payable to your survivors beginning with the month of your death unless:
You or your survivor waived the right to benefits because of religious conviction (see §1128); or
You or your survivor has been convicted of certain crimes and sentenced accordingly (see §1837).
Last Revised: March, 2001
- Benefits Payable To Survivors of Deceased Insured Worker
- When will you NOT receive a lump-sum death payment?
- Retirement Insurance Benefits
- When may members of certain religious groups receive an exemption from the Social Security tax?
- Entitlement to Retirement Insurance Benefit
- When do parent's insurance benefits end?
- When are retirement benefits NOT payable (or only partly payable)?
- Amount of Retirement Insurance Benefit
- Who is entitled to child's insurance benefits?
- Basic Reduction Formulas
- Amount of Widow(er)'s Insurance Benefit
- Termination of Widow(er)'s Insurance Benefits
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