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Only the payments made based on working hours are considered (ordinary and supplementary), calculating their equivalence in theoretical payment days. Hence the number of hours actually worked shall be divided by 5. Theoretical contribution days = Number of hours (ordinary and supplementary)/ 5The period of 5 years during which to accredit the 500 days of contribution shall be increased in the same proportion as the day effectively worked is reduced with regards to a normal working day in the corresponding activity.
They shall be entitled to said percentage, as long as the following requirements are met simultaneously for the entire period in which the pension is collected:
The widowhood pension, which is calculated annually, plus the pensioner's annual earnings, cannot exceed the established income limit If they do, the amount of the widow's/widower's pension will be reduced to avoid exceeding the limit. The loss of any of the requirements will lead to the application of 52%, effective from the 1st day of the month following that in which this requirement is no longer met.
A single beneficiary:
Whenever partial retirement is shared with a replacement control, the contribution amounts corresponding to the period of time worked part-time shall be considered, increased up to 100% of the amount that corresponded had the party worked full time during such period. Amounts shall not be increased in the event of periods were partial retirement was not simultaneous with part-time employment, increased up to 100% of the amount that would have corresponded, even when such situation is the result of company breach of maintaining a replacement.
Yes, both if upon the death of the originator there is no surviving spouse and if this originator dies while receiving the pension, 52% of the widowhood pension will be divided equally among the orphans with entitlement to a pension. No surviving spouse equates to:
The increase is not applicable, when the surviving spouse is not entitled to widowhood pension or the benefit terminates due to the beneficiary remarrying, given that there is not a situation of absolute orphanhood.
The sum of the amounts of all widow/widower or orphan pensions for the same originator may not exceed 100% of the amount of the corresponding base pension. The limitation to the base pension will affect orphan pensions with a causal event occurring after 1-1-2002. The difference between 100% of the base pension and the widow/widower percentage will be distributed equally among all the orphans with a right to the orphan pension.
In the event of death of the holder of the widowhood pension, it shall be increased in equal parts between the orphans. Should therefore be any orphans but perceivers in favour of family members, their right shall be increased in equal parts in this order:
The amount is obtained by applying 20% to the base pension (calculated in the same way as from the widow/widower pension). It is paid over 12 months and two extraordinary payments.
If, with a limit: there are several beneficiaries, the sum of amounts of death and survival payments shall not exceed 100% of the applicable regulatory base. This limitation is applied to the initial determination of the aforementioned amounts, but it does not affect the corresponding successive periodical revaluation. orphanage pensions have preference over pensions in favour of other family members. However, this limitation shall not prevent the recognition of temporary subsidy in favour of family members, as this is not affected by such limit.