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What is other benefit income?
Other benefit income is any recurring payment you receive as an annuity, pension, retirement or disability benefit. It includes such payments as:
Social Security old-age or survivors insurance benefits;
U.S. veterans compensation or pension payments;
Veterans benefits from another country (for example, PVAO in the Philippines);
Civil Service benefits (for example, GSIS in the Philippines);
Military pensions (for example, AFP in the Philippines);
Railroad annuities or pensions; and
Unemployment insurance benefits.
This income must have been received from the same source, or a related, source during the 12-month period before the month in which you file your application for SVB.
Last Revised: Apr. 18, 2006
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