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7. How long can the insured person receive his/her payments?

According to the Labor Insurance Act, monthly pension payments are available as of the month when the insured person applies for it, until the month when he/she no longer qualifies.

  1. If the insured person receives the Old-age Pension Benefit or the Disability Pension Benefit, the monthly pension payments stop in the month when he/she dies. After his/her death, his/her survivors can claim the Survivors Pension Benefit instead. However, for those receiving the Disability Pension Benefit, if their disability status improves, the monthly pension payments will also stop.
  2. Besides, if anybody receiving the Survivors Pension Benefit loses his/her qualifications as a survivor of the deceased, the pension payments will be stopped.
     
Last Update:2021-09-23
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