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?
Disabled Adult Child Benefits
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?
My mentally disabled brother receives a (DAC) based on my father's record. He received an additional survivor benefit when our father died in 2006. Our mother has now died. Would my brother's amount increase because of the family amount change due to her death? My brother was born in 1955 and his mental illness disability started before age 26.
I'm sorry for your loss.
My son is 42 yrs old with mental deficiencies from birth. He is drawing Disabled Adult benefits from his father. He is deceased.
Are there income limits? He is working for Goodwill Ability program 55hrs every 2 weeks.
My son is 41yrs old and disabaled and is getting disability benefits since he was 15. His father and I are no longer married. His father ia 62yrs old. Can my son benefit from his father's SS benefits when his father retires?
I'm 28 years old and receive SSI. I received a letter saying that I have to file a claim on my Mother and Father's records and that I'm eligible for Disabled Adult Children Benefits because I was 21 years old when I became disabled. My mother worked a little and is no longer alive and my Dad worked and is disabled and now receives SSDI. Would I be qualified to receive 75% instead of 50% of my Dad's Primary Insurance Amount? He would have a higher PIA than my Mom.
I am a 42 male who has been disabled since birth (Cerebral Palsy). I am wondering if I can draw Disabled Adult Child benefits through my father's account (50% PIA) while receiving SSDI benefits from my own account, which will be about $2,,474 per month in 2018?
i will have the most SS based on my earnings. My wife is 6 years younger and has been a housewife for many years. We have a disabled son. If I delay SS until I am 68, how much can my disabled son collect? How much can my wife collect when she turns 66? Thanks
I am a 61 year old man and wondering how my retirement in a few years will affect my Social Security benefits and my disabled son's social security payments. My son is 24 years old and has received Social security and SSI since my wife (his Mother) died in 1997. I was left with 8 children from our marriage, to raise on my own. Needless to say, money was tight these past 20+ years. My son's current benefits are broken down into three parts. 1. As SSI. 2. As Social Security and 3.
My daughter has been disabled since a child. She gets SSI, MediCal and Regional Center services. After 4 years she got a low income apartment and needs to work I haven't worked since last October and turn 66 August 2018 .I was told to wait to 70 to file so her 50% benefit would be greater. However today I was told her benefit is fixed to my age 66 benefit even if I wait to 70 and I should consider filing so she can get benefits from my retirement benefits. Should she stay on SSI or should I file so she gets more. If she gets married how will it affect SSI versus SS .