- Those affiliated to the Social Security System, on active contributor status or assimilated to affiliation, who die as a consequence of an act of terrorism for which they are not responsible.
Extraordinary survival pensions, caused by acts of terrorism, aim to grant special protection to family members of people who have died as a consequence or as a result of criminal activities committed by armed gangs or terrorists.
200% of the resulting amount after applying the relevant percentage to the regulatory base, depending on the pension in question. This amount is determined in accordance with the regulations governing the calculation method for pensions arising from work-related injuries, with certain particular conditions.
Nevertheless, the 100% limit may be exceeded in the event of concurrence of several orphanhood pensions with widowhood, when the 70% percentage is applicable, as long as the total sum of the orphanhood pensions does not exceed 48% of the regulatory base under any circumstances.
For the purposes of this limit, once the widowhood pension has been granted, the orphanhood pensions will be granted with their corresponding amount and, finally, in the event that it has not reached 100% of the regulatory base, the "pensions" will be granted to family members according to the order established by law.
Minimum monthly amount:
The amount of the pension can exceed the maximum amount established for other state pensions.
Income tax withheld:
They are exempt from personal income tax (IRPF).