Q & A
Social Security: How do I get disabled widow’s benefits?
Answer: You may be able to get disabled widow(er)’s benefits at age 50 if your disability must have started before age 60 and within seven years of the latest of the following dates: the month the worker died; the last month you were entitled to survivors benefits on the worker’s record as a parent caring for a surviving minor child; the month your previous entitlement to disabled widow(er)’s benefits ended because your disability ended. Visit www.socialsecurity.gov/dibplan/dqualify9.htm.
Source – Asbury Park Press – May 25, 2014
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