Can my kids draw survivor benefits?

Children below age eighteen can draw survivor benefits, and teens eighteen years old and still in high school can also draw survivor benefits. If a child was disabled prior to turning age twenty-two, he or she is eligible for survivor benefits. The benefit amount is 75 percent of the deceased worker’s full retirement benefits.

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