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What survivor's pension will you be entitled to?

2021-11-26T18:00:12.933Z

OUR ADVICE - On the death of your spouse or ex-spouse, you are entitled to receive, under certain conditions, a portion of his retirement pension, or of that which he could have claimed at retirement age. Attention, its attribution is never automatic, it must be requested.



The easiest way to claim a portion of your spouse's or ex-spouse's retirement pension is to proceed online, at info-retraite.fr.

This unique approach will apply to all plans.

Please note, survivors' pensions are only paid to the spouse or ex-spouse.

PACS partners and cohabiting partners do not benefit from it, regardless of whether they had children with the deceased.

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To receive a survivor's pension, the spouse or ex-


spouse of a former employee, self-employed worker or professional in liberal employment must be at least 55 years old (51 years old if the death occurred before 2009).

For 2021, her resources must not exceed € 1,776 per month, including survivor's pension (€ 2,842 if she lives with a partner).

Their method of calculation follows specific rules.

“Only 70% of earned income is taken into account if the beneficiary is over 55 years old.

Otherwise, they are fully retained.

To this is added 3% of the value of his personal property (residence

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Source: lefigaro

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