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Some pensions end at death, meaning that no beneficiary or family member gets to claim the pension. But other pensions provide for payments to a surviving spouse or dependent children\u2014for a few years for some, and longer for others.
The payment consists of the member's contributions plus interest, and one month's salary for each year of service, up to a maximum of six months' salary. If the member's spouse is the named beneficiary, the spouse may choose to rollover the payment and defer tax on it until a later date.
The basic employee death benefit (BEDB) is a lump sum death benefit payment made to the surviving spouse of a deceased employee covered by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS).
How do you determine the death benefit payout? If your loved one passes away, you may be wondering how much their life insurance payout will be. Many insurance experts recommend purchasing a life insurance policy with a death benefit equaling around seven to 10 times your annual salary.
To be eligible, the spouse must have been married or in a civil union with the deceased for at least one year prior to the date the deceased terminated IMRF participation. If the retired member had an eligible spouse at retirement, but that spouse dies, a future spouse could be eligible for a surviving spouse pension.

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Upon the death of a retiree, IMRF will pay a $3,000 employer death benefit to the beneficiary designated by the deceased retiree. If a spouse survives and is eligible for a surviving spouse pension, IMRF will pay a monthly benefit.
Members in the Regular IMRF plan earn 1.667% of their final rate of earnings for every year of service through the first 15 years and 2% for each year after that. Our sample member has earned a pension equal to 8.34% (1.667% times 5 years) of her final rate of earnings.
Generally, life insurance proceeds you receive as a beneficiary due to the death of the insured person, aren't includable in gross income and you don't have to report them. However, any interest you receive is taxable and you should report it as interest received. See Topic 403 for more information about interest.
Answer: If you mean the death benefits of the insurance policy, then these funds are generally free from income tax to your named beneficiary or beneficiaries.
All SERS benefits are exempt from state income tax under Illinois law. The occupational death benefit annuity is not subject to federal tax, but the survivor and widow annuities are.

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