Can An 18-Year-Old Full-Time Student Still Get Social Security Child’s Benefits?

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Colorado attorney Tomasz Stasiuk wrote one of his usual great posts this week at the Colorado Social Security Law blog. Please read his entire post. Here are some of the highlights:

According to the regulations, an 18 year old full time student can draw benefits through the 12th grade. The regulations, at 20 C.F.R. §404.350, indicate that child’s benefits can be received on the earnings record of an insured person who is entitled to old-age, disability, or who has died if the child...

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