Widow's Benefit

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Widow's Benefit

In the U.S., a state-level deduction from taxable income of the amount a widow or widower receives from the estate of his/her deceased spouse. The benefit means the widow or widower pays little or nothing in state inheritance taxes.
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After the short service, the veterans called on the Government to offer army pensions and widow benefits in compensation for the illness they have suffered since the tests.
Survivor and widow benefits will also be discussed.