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What you can get in Bereavement Allowance in United Kingdom?

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What you can get in Bereavement Allowance in United Kingdom?

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    If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 45 years you will get maximum £31.79 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 46 years you will get maximum £39.20 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 47 years you will get maximum £46.62 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 48 years you will get maximum £54.03 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 49 years you will get maximum £61.45 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 50 years you will get maximum £68.87 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 51 years you will get maximum £76.28 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 52 years you will get maximum £83.70 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 53 years you will get maximum £91.12 Per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 54 years you will get maximum £98.53 per week. If your age at your partner or civil partner’s death is 55 years old to State Pension age you will get maximum £105.95 per week. The actual amount you may get depends on: . the overall level of your partner or civil partner’s National Insurance contributions . your age at the time of his or her death From April 2013 a limit will be put on the total amount of benefit that most people aged 16 to 64 can get. This is called a benefit cap.

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