Laws provide special opportunities for women in social security. One of them is the salary paid by parents and spouses. First of all, regardless of the type of insurance (SSK, Bağkur, Emekli Sandiği), the deceased spouse works, the remaining wife receives a salary. In order for this salary to be paid, the manager or the insured spouse of Bağkur must have contributed for at least 1800 days in the event of death after October 2008. If the insured person died after October 2008, he must be insured for 5 years and have paid premiums for at least 900 days. In the event of the death of the Bağkur policyholder before October 2008, it is enough to have paid the premiums for 1800 days.
ALL MUST HAVE A DIFFERENT STATUS
The fact that the wife receives a pension under her own insurance does not prevent the widow’s pension. There are two important details in the double salary. First; whether they are spouses or parents, deceased policyholders died before or after October 1, 2008. The other is their insurance status, i.e. whether they are from SSK or Bağkur or if they are subject to the Pension Fund. While she receives a pension as an SSK pensioner due to her own work, the wife, who receives a widow’s pension after the death of her deceased pensioner husband Bağkur, can also receive an orphan’s pension after the death of his father, who retired from the Pension Fund (manager). In this case, three salaries are linked. Note that salaries are linked “under three different insurance systems” here.
DATES ARE FINAL
Women are also paid monthly based on their parents’ death dates and the type of insurance they are enrolled in.
Here are three important dates:
1- If one of the deaths is prior to October 1, 2008; If two of them have SSK, the higher is paid in full and the lower is paid in half. If both are from Bağkur, all the highs are tied and half of the lows are tied. If both are civil servants, the preferential pension is paid. If the insurance status of mother and father is different, both wages are paid in full.
2- If the two deaths are prior to October 1, 2008; If the insurance status of mother and father is different, both wages are paid in full. If both have SSK, the top one is fully connected and the bottom one is half connected. If they are both from Bağkur, a salary is paid. If both are civil servants and the civil service started before October 1, 2008, the preferential pension is paid in full.
3- In the event of the death of the parents after September 30, 2008; If both have SSK, full high pension and half low pension are paid. If both are from Bağkur, the full salary of the highest pension and half of the lowest pension are paid. If both are subject to the Pension Fund, the higher salary is paid. For former civil servants, who were both civil servants before October 1, 2008, the higher salary is granted. If both became public servants after October 1, 2008, the top set and bottom half are tied. If one of the parents is a member of Bağkur or SSK and the other is subject to the Pension Fund, the orphan receives two full salaries.
IF YOU HAVE NO INSURANCE
Of Turkey’s 84 million inhabitants, 8.2 million are citizens aged 65 and over. 56% of them are women. Women who have no social security, no one and low monthly income are paid by the state as the “65-year-old pension”. This year it has been increased to 1,084 lire. There are 3 conditions to benefit from the 65-year-old pension. These; ‘age’, ‘income’ and ‘social security’. In other words, the age of 65 will have passed, there will be no more social security (salary, alimony, etc.). The increase in the minimum wage also affects the income requirement in the salary of the elderly. As a result, this year, the per capita income of the household must be less than 1,416 lire. An increase in the minimum wage means that many new people receive a salary. wages; The 5th of the month for those whose last birth digit is between 0 and 5, the 6th of the month for those who are between 1 and 6, the 7th of the month for those who are between 2 and 7, the 8th of the month for those who are between 3 and 8 years old and 9 for those who are between 4 and 9 years old. The difference will be paid in that month for those who do not receive a salary increase. The request can be made in person to the Regional Directorate of Foundations in the province of residence.
IF THE MARRIAGE IS INTERRUPTED AND DIVORCED AGAIN
A girl who loses her parents receives an orphan’s pension for life, regardless of her age, until she marries and finds secure employment. If the daughter marries or finds a job, the monthly is cut. The monthly repayment is due in the event of divorce or unemployment. The Pension Fund does not grant an orphan’s pension to a daughter who is a civil servant or a pensioner. If the deceased spouse is from SSK or Bağkur, the retired widowed spouse receives 50% of the salary, and if the spouse is subject to the Pension Fund (civil servant), he or she receives 75% of the salary.