I turned 66 this month. My wife and I have a 24 year old disabled son with Down Syndrome who currently receives SSI. Our plan was for me to file a restricted benefit claim for spousal benefits and allow my benefit to grow until age 70. My wife will claim her full benefit in August 2018. Can my son access 50% of my benefit with my restricted benefit claim. This would almost double and replace what he currently receives in SSI. If not I assume he could claim based on my wife's August claim but then we would be subject to the family limit. Thanks in advance for your help.
Disabled Adult Child Benefits
Hi Larry, our daughter gets SSI (she is 28 but became disabled before age 22). My wife 62 years old has taken care of her since birth, now she is getting ready to file for retirement. On the application it asks if you have children who became disabled before age 22 (yes). will this trigger automatically an application for CDB benefits for our daughter? We rather keep as is since CDB (50% of her benefit of approx. $900) is less than the SSI our daughter is getting. Don't want to upset anything i.e. Medicare. Appreciate your help!
Claimant had severe scoliosis as a child . They implanted Harrington rods in her spine when she was 10 or 12. She did well, went to college, got a job --
and then the rods failed around 30 years old. She is currently severely disabled. she can only lay on her abdomen wth a wedge. She is unmarried and her father is 67 on SSA.
Q: IS SHE ELIGIBLE FOR A DAC CLAIM EVEN THOUGH SHE HAD A PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT ABOVE SGA?
Can my husband get a higher Payout on his Social Security by collecting of one of his parents records?. They are both deceased. He was disabled before age 21 and previously collected on his mothers records. He is married and he earns substantially less than his parents because the state of Alaska trained him and put him to work. He only worked a short time. It was only like a five year period that he contributed. He got hurt in 1992 and has been disabled since 1994.
I was married 32 years. I have two disabled sons, one is 16 and one is 27. I am unable to find anyone at SS that can answer my questions. I know my ex has paid the max. social security for at least 32 years,and easily 9 out of the last 10 years, Five years ago, he had a statement, that showed he would get something over 2400 a month SS. He is taking early retirement at age 62, and in violation of a court order that he work till age 65. I am unable to find out what the boys and I would receive in SS, to know how hard I have to fight this.
My FRA is 66 and 4 months but I would like to apply for benefits at 62. I have a 28 year old permanently disabled daughter who is on SSDI and has been disable since birth. Will her new benefit amount be based on my reduced payment or based on my FRA amount?
I have a disabled adult son. My wife is turning 66 in August and we were planning on him applying for child benefits on her retirement record. I am turning 66 next year and my retirement benefit will be much higher than hers so my question is can he switch his child benefit to 50% of my retirement benefit if he is already collecting on my wife's retirement benefit?
Can you explain how "spousal child-in-care" benefits work? I've read about them but not sure how they fit in with child benefits and spousal benefits.
My father passed away in Feb 2018 at age 67. He started Social Security as a disability benefit. When my mom turn full retirement age, she started collecting a spousal benefit and is now collecting a widow's benefit. My mom is 67 and plans to delay her own benefit until age 70. My brother has Schizophrenia and was disabled before age 22. However, brother is currently collect SSI and SDI on his own record. I want to know if and how my mom can let my brother collect Social Security under her record.
My wife is planning to retired at age 62yr 8 months
I'm planning to retire at 62.5 yrs (about 4 months after her)
Her Sept 1 2019 and myself Dec 2019
I read that if retired early but caring for a disable child (who will be around 27 autism nonverbal at age 4 and cannot live on his own)
That one of us can get full retirement as if 65?
Can either or both apply for it. If only one then it might be best if possible for me to apply for it as my SS would be higher
Would he lose his SSI and medicaid benefit?
I am soon turning 66 and plan to retire at that time and apply for my full social security. I have an adult (25 yo), unmarried adult disabled son with a mental disorder . He lives with my working wife and I, and is on medicaid. Will anything happen with his benefits after I retire?