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Funeral Expenses Payment is a government scheme for people on a low income who are receiving certain benefits to help them pay for a funeral. If you get one of these payments, you'll usually have to pay the government back from any money you get from the person's estate, such as their savings.
But, who pays for the funeral if there is no money in the estate or a funeral plan is not in place? If there aren't sufficient funds in the deceased's bank accounts or within the estate to pay for the funeral, and they did not have a funeral plan, then the family would normally cover the funeral costs.
The payment covers the necessary costs of a simple and respectful funeral (for example burial or cremation fees) as well as up to help with other expenses such as a coffin and funeral directors' fees. The help for other expenses is £700 for deaths before 8 April 2020 and £1,000 for deaths on or after this date.
When someone dies, if they have been claiming benefits, often the relevant government department will cancel the benefits. It may be appropriate in some cases for a surviving spouse or partner to make a new claim for the same benefit, for example, this might apply to child benefit or universal credit.
Bereavement Support Payment gives financial help to deal with the more immediate costs caused by the death of a spouse or civil partner. It is paid where the date of death was on or after 6 April 2017.
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Bereavement benefits are welfare benefits that you may be able to claim if your husband, wife or civil partner has died. These benefits are not means-tested and can be paid whether or not you are working.
The Funeral Expenses Payment scheme provides help towards the cost of a simple funeral. The Social Fund Funeral Expenses Payment (Coronavirus) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2020 will increase the £700 limit for other funeral costs to £1000 for all claims.
Life Insurance. Annuities (i.e. a fixed sum of money paid on an annual basis) Social Security (Monthly survivors benefits and a one-time death benefit) Military Benefits (This may include a burial allowance, wartime service pension, and/or Dependency and Indemnity Compensation)
Bereavement Support Payment is paid to widows, widowers, or surviving civil partners. 1.
You'll usually get the payment within 4 \u2013 5 days from the date on your letter.

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