Anw benefit if you have income
The amount of Anw survivor benefit you can get depends on your income.
Income is not taken into account for an orphan’s benefit.
If you receive an Anw benefit and you have other income, read more here.
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Income and Anw benefit
If you receive income, this may be deducted from your Anw benefit in full or in part.
Or there may be no deduction at all.
Income that is deducted from your Anw benefit in full
Some types of income are deducted from Anw survivor benefit in full.
For example: WAO incapacity benefit or ZW sickness benefit.
Income that is only partly deducted from Anw benefit
There are other types of income that are only partly deducted from Anw benefit.
For example: income from employment or profit from your own enterprise.
Click 'Continue' to find out how we calculate your Anw benefit if your income is only deducted in part.
How we calculate your Anw survivor benefit
- Imagine that you earn €1,200 per month.
- The first €997.50 is not taken into account, so we subtract this amount from your income:
- €1,200 - €997.50 = €202.50
- This leaves €202.50. We take 2/3 of this amount into account, that is €135.00.
- The amount deducted from your Anw survivor benefit is therefore €135.00.
Income that is not deducted from Anw benefit
Some types of income are not deducted from Anw benefit.
For example: maintenance/alimony or a survivor pension or benefit from your partner’s annuity.