Social Security benefits and death
Social Security started providing survivor benefits in 1940; before this, the 1935 law only paid retirement benefits to the primary worker. Since that time, Social Security survivor benefits have been providing a safety net for loved ones of the deceased worker. Rachel Hartman explains what happens to your Social Security benefits when you die. Read Ms. Hartman’s article here…
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