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Were Payments Under a 100% Joint and Survivor Pension Reduced Due to Incorrectly Assumed Date of Birth of the Survivor?
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Jan. 29, 2021

"My father died with a pension that had been in pay status for 30 years, which will continue to pay my mom the same monthly amount. When we notified the plan administrator of his death, they questioned my mother's date of birth because their system indicates 1948 -- but her actual DOB is 1938. Could this incorrect date have affected the monthly pension my father received for 30 years and the amount my mother will get?"

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