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She should be eligible for at least ssi benefits, what is she living on now?

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goodnatured



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Posted on Tue Sep 02, 2008 3:10 am  

I know, It just sucks that you will work your whole life to find out that it is all spent.
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Posted on Tue Sep 02, 2008 10:16 pm  

I know. I keep looking at all the people they dole this money out to that is either undesrving or could do something with their lives. There are so many around me that I even started speaking up. Sometimes it is like you just want to get your fair share now cause you know it won't be there later.
The other pet peeve I have about SS is when a woman stays home and raises the children and after the kids are raised and hubby passes on she is not entitles to any benefits from him until her retirement age. This is what happened to my mother in law. They are so strung out on someone being at home raising the kids but yet they make this next to impossible to do.
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Posted on Wed Sep 03, 2008 1:19 am  

She should have been eligible for widows benefits for her husbands social security wages, I am pretty sure that something like this exists.
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Posted on Wed Sep 03, 2008 1:21 am  

Nope. She was not entitled to that until retirment age. At least that is what she told us. The only way to get any benefits is if you have children under 18. I am just going by what I was told. I know she keeps talking about almost being at the age where she can get those benefits from him.
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Posted on Wed Sep 03, 2008 3:02 am  

I am almost positive that there are benefits for surviving spouse if the deceased worked full time. I could be wrong but I have always thought it worked this way anyway. She should be eligible for at least ssi benefits, what is she living on now?
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:16 am  

In a trailor down from the house she use to own in the same town. I am unsure. The ss website really isn't that informative. I went there in search of a few answers and didn't find any.
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:27 am  

Probably better off that she do it, because everyone's is different and she would have to give all the information that they need to check out what benefits that she would be eligible for.
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:36 am  

True. Not only that she isn't too happy with my hubby and I at the moment. Seems we can't have a party at our own house with out her thinking we should invit every relative under the sun. she got wind of our pig roast and actually appeared at our house peeved off on the day of the party. Whatever.
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 11:37 pm  

when did you have the pig roast? we had a few good weekends for parties like that.
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 11:57 pm  

Sinday. It was for my sister and I's hubbies. We have it every year for them sonce their birthdays are within days of each other. Alot of people got upset cause we invited some freinds and family members but not all. It wasn't like a labor day picnic and the pig didn't weigh 1000lbs. We just decided on each person inviting so many people. Can't do anything right by some. Sad part is none of his family never even call on his b-day so why complain when they aren't invited.
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Posted on Fri Sep 05, 2008 1:07 am  

oh It will all blow over, they will get over it, hope your hubby had a great birthday.
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Posted on Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:50 pm  

Sometimes you just got to do what you have to do, piss people off or not.
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Posted on Sun Sep 07, 2008 2:24 pm  

Don't really care if it does blow over. The only time they call is when something like this is going on, they need help on a project or for money. We don't even bother anymore. We have our own set of bills and problems.
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Posted on Sun Sep 07, 2008 7:57 pm  

I hear you, you can't even tell them that you have bills, I had one of my relatives tell me that they were in more debt than me and that they had to work.

Oh yeah, I forgot, somebody just dropped a new car in my drive way and paid the insurance, and they pay my mortgage. I did not even respond to any of it. I thought you made your own bills and I made my own bills, we both have to work, I am not comparing notes. I hate it when people know my business and I never discuss it no matter how desperate that I get.
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Posted on Tue Sep 09, 2008 2:17 am  

Right on. That is one side..my hubbys. Its always about them. My side is a little different I usually hear "wow I can't imagine having those bills". Okay if I was given free land, sewage and medical, claimed only half the family income and qualified for big returns at the end of the year well I may see it that way.
Or if I ended up with the family home and never had to worry OOHHH who cares....I worked for it so eventually I will pay for it.

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