Officially known as the Government Pension Offset (GPO) provision, it reduces spousal
, widow or widower benefits by two-thirds of the pension from non-covered government employment.
support, also called alimony, is the term used for payments from one spouse to another after a divorce for the purpose of maintaining the former spouse's standard of living.
Researchers found that spousal
loss through death was likely to have fewer contributory factors than divorce.
She can file a restricted application to get a spousal
benefit at age 66, her FRA.
Following inclusion/exclusion criteria was adopted: (i) Age range 21-55 years, (ii) Minimum two years duration of exposure to spousal
schizophrenic illness, (iii) No history of substance abuse or major medical illness in either spouse, (iv) Co-operative and consenting spouses, (v) Diagnosis of chronic schizophrenia as per ICD-10.
The Result: We come across scenarios like this regularly and there are a couple of critical points to make as it relates to the types of spousal
benefits that exist and how they can be accessed.
1 A creditor that improperly obtains a spousal
guarantee is subject to claims for recovery of actual and punitive damages and attorneys' fees.
These strategies help couples maximize their benefits by coordinating spousal
This allows their benefit to continue to grow at 8 percent per year but, importantly, allows the spouse to claim a spousal
benefit at full retirement age, while allowing their own benefit to also continue growing at 8 percent per year.
This means that a person can no longer file for spousal
benefits at full retirement age while allowing their own retirement benefit to continue growing.
Either strategy, or a combination of the two, can add tens of thousands of dollars in spousal
Other social factors related to reproductive health are social capital, spousal
communication, women's rights to make their own decisions, and women's ability to access resources.
v Nguyen ) NCA 278 has decided that the spousal
incompetency rule, which forbids spouses to be compelled to testify against each other, and spousal
privilege, does not extend to common-law couples .
benefits allow one spouse to collect a retirement benefit based on the working record of the other spouse.
The so-called spousal
loophole provision had been tacked as amendments to two bills that were otherwise aimed at increasing disclosure and eliminating conflicts of interest.