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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Remarrying, New Relationship Disqualifies A Surviving Spouse from SSS Death Benefit


For the widow of SSS members who are entitled for death benefit, you might be disqualified to enjoy it if you are going to remarry or proven to have a new relationship.   A woman in Negros Occidental was surprised to find out she was no longer eligible to receive her late husband's death benefits from the Social Security System (SSS) after she started seeing someone else, GMA News' Mike Enriquez reported on Tuesday for "24 Oras."  Teresita Cahulao, a mother of seven, was widowed in 1990 when her husband Eduardo died of a stroke. She had been receiving P4,000 in monthly death benefits from the SSS since 1992, which helped with their family's finances.  Cahulao stopped receiving her husband's pension in 2006.  When she applied for her SSS pensioners' ID, she was told she could no longer receive the assistance since she was in a relationship with another partner.   Cahulao also argued she and her partner were not married. Sponsored Links    For their part, the SSS cited Office Order No. 2010-013 which states that a "surviving spouse" who re-marries or who enters into a "live-in" relationship with another person is disqualified from receiving the monthly death benefit. The SSS denied Cahulao's allegation that she was made to sign a blank sheet of paper.  The SSS also noted they have conducted an investigation into Cahulao's status stemming from a complaint from the relatives of the deceased. Source: GMA News   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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For the widow of SSS members who are entitled for death benefit, you might be disqualified to enjoy it if you are going to remarry or proven to have a new relationship.
 
A woman in Negros Occidental was surprised to find out she was no longer eligible to receive her late husband's death benefits from the Social Security System (SSS) after she started seeing someone else, GMA News' Mike Enriquez reported on Tuesday for "24 Oras."

Teresita Cahulao, a mother of seven, was widowed in 1990 when her husband Eduardo died of a stroke. She had been receiving P4,000 in monthly death benefits from the SSS since 1992, which helped with their family's finances.

Cahulao stopped receiving her husband's pension in 2006.

When she applied for her SSS pensioners' ID, she was told she could no longer receive the assistance since she was in a relationship with another partner.
For the widow of SSS members who are entitled for death benefit, you might be disqualified to enjoy it if you are going to remarry or proven to have a new relationship.   A woman in Negros Occidental was surprised to find out she was no longer eligible to receive her late husband's death benefits from the Social Security System (SSS) after she started seeing someone else, GMA News' Mike Enriquez reported on Tuesday for "24 Oras."  Teresita Cahulao, a mother of seven, was widowed in 1990 when her husband Eduardo died of a stroke. She had been receiving P4,000 in monthly death benefits from the SSS since 1992, which helped with their family's finances.  Cahulao stopped receiving her husband's pension in 2006.  When she applied for her SSS pensioners' ID, she was told she could no longer receive the assistance since she was in a relationship with another partner.   Cahulao also argued she and her partner were not married. Sponsored Links    For their part, the SSS cited Office Order No. 2010-013 which states that a "surviving spouse" who re-marries or who enters into a "live-in" relationship with another person is disqualified from receiving the monthly death benefit. The SSS denied Cahulao's allegation that she was made to sign a blank sheet of paper.  The SSS also noted they have conducted an investigation into Cahulao's status stemming from a complaint from the relatives of the deceased. Source: GMA News   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Cahulao also argued she and her partner were not married.
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For the widow of SSS members who are entitled for death benefit, you might be disqualified to enjoy it if you are going to remarry or proven to have a new relationship.   A woman in Negros Occidental was surprised to find out she was no longer eligible to receive her late husband's death benefits from the Social Security System (SSS) after she started seeing someone else, GMA News' Mike Enriquez reported on Tuesday for "24 Oras."  Teresita Cahulao, a mother of seven, was widowed in 1990 when her husband Eduardo died of a stroke. She had been receiving P4,000 in monthly death benefits from the SSS since 1992, which helped with their family's finances.  Cahulao stopped receiving her husband's pension in 2006.  When she applied for her SSS pensioners' ID, she was told she could no longer receive the assistance since she was in a relationship with another partner.   Cahulao also argued she and her partner were not married. Sponsored Links    For their part, the SSS cited Office Order No. 2010-013 which states that a "surviving spouse" who re-marries or who enters into a "live-in" relationship with another person is disqualified from receiving the monthly death benefit. The SSS denied Cahulao's allegation that she was made to sign a blank sheet of paper.  The SSS also noted they have conducted an investigation into Cahulao's status stemming from a complaint from the relatives of the deceased. Source: GMA News   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


For their part, the SSS cited Office Order No. 2010-013 which states that a "surviving spouse" who re-marries or who enters into a "live-in" relationship with another person is disqualified from receiving the monthly death benefit.
The SSS denied Cahulao's allegation that she was made to sign a blank sheet of paper.
For the widow of SSS members who are entitled for death benefit, you might be disqualified to enjoy it if you are going to remarry or proven to have a new relationship.   A woman in Negros Occidental was surprised to find out she was no longer eligible to receive her late husband's death benefits from the Social Security System (SSS) after she started seeing someone else, GMA News' Mike Enriquez reported on Tuesday for "24 Oras."  Teresita Cahulao, a mother of seven, was widowed in 1990 when her husband Eduardo died of a stroke. She had been receiving P4,000 in monthly death benefits from the SSS since 1992, which helped with their family's finances.  Cahulao stopped receiving her husband's pension in 2006.  When she applied for her SSS pensioners' ID, she was told she could no longer receive the assistance since she was in a relationship with another partner.   Cahulao also argued she and her partner were not married. Sponsored Links    For their part, the SSS cited Office Order No. 2010-013 which states that a "surviving spouse" who re-marries or who enters into a "live-in" relationship with another person is disqualified from receiving the monthly death benefit. The SSS denied Cahulao's allegation that she was made to sign a blank sheet of paper.  The SSS also noted they have conducted an investigation into Cahulao's status stemming from a complaint from the relatives of the deceased. Source: GMA News   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
The SSS also noted they have conducted an investigation into Cahulao's status stemming from a complaint from the relatives of the deceased.
Source: GMA News
For the widow of SSS members who are entitled for death benefit, you might be disqualified to enjoy it if you are going to remarry or proven to have a new relationship.   A woman in Negros Occidental was surprised to find out she was no longer eligible to receive her late husband's death benefits from the Social Security System (SSS) after she started seeing someone else, GMA News' Mike Enriquez reported on Tuesday for "24 Oras."  Teresita Cahulao, a mother of seven, was widowed in 1990 when her husband Eduardo died of a stroke. She had been receiving P4,000 in monthly death benefits from the SSS since 1992, which helped with their family's finances.  Cahulao stopped receiving her husband's pension in 2006.  When she applied for her SSS pensioners' ID, she was told she could no longer receive the assistance since she was in a relationship with another partner.   Cahulao also argued she and her partner were not married. Sponsored Links    For their part, the SSS cited Office Order No. 2010-013 which states that a "surviving spouse" who re-marries or who enters into a "live-in" relationship with another person is disqualified from receiving the monthly death benefit. The SSS denied Cahulao's allegation that she was made to sign a blank sheet of paper.  The SSS also noted they have conducted an investigation into Cahulao's status stemming from a complaint from the relatives of the deceased. Source: GMA News   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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