How much pension does a widower get?

If you are younger than 47 and neither disabled nor raising a child, you will receive the small widower’s pension. This is 25% of the pension your partner would have received at the time of death.
If you are older than 47, disabled or raising a minor child, you will receive the large widower’s pension. The large widower’s pension is 55 percent of the pension that your partner received or would have received at the time of death.

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