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They have a total of 1,400 contributions and credits which count towards Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Civil Partner's Contributory Pension.Total Contribution Years = 50 Contributions and Credits = 1,400 Long Yearly Average= Contributions and Credits ÷ Total Contribution Years= 1400÷50= 28 Example (Self Employment Contributions): A person is paying social insurance since 7th August 1966 and their spouse/civil partner dies on 12th March 2012.You can watch a short video which explains what will happen to your rights to an old-age pension if you live and work in more than one country of the European Union or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.Back to top Self-employed rate social insurance contributions are PRSI contributions at Class S.As it is to the persons advantage, the earlier PRSI contributions can be ignored.Counting from 1988/89 up to and including 2011 there are a total of 24 tax years.Where illness or incapacity is claimed, your claim to pension must have been made before or within 6 months of the date you ceased to be ill or incapacitated.
Counting from 1966 up to and including 2011 there are a total of 46 tax years.
The pension is not means tested, so your rate of payment is not affected by other income you may have such as an occupational pension, earnings from employment, etc.
You qualify for Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Civil Partner's Contributory Pension if you: To qualify for Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Civil Partner's Contributory Pension either you or your late spouse or civil partner must satisfy certain social insurance conditions.
They have a total of 676 reckonable recorded contributions. Based on this record, the person does qualify for Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Civil Partner's Contributory Pension. If this is 39 or greater, you will qualify for the maximum rate.
If it is below 39, we calculate your 'Long Yearly Average'; you need a 'Long Yearly Average' of 48 to qualify for the maximum rate but reduced rates are payable if your 'Long Yearly Average' is between 24 and 47, inclusive. From 16 January 2012, you cannot get a Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Civil Partner's Contributory Pension in addition to full payment on a Community Employment Scheme.