It's back to school time, and for the Social Security Administration, their main focus is on the kids and their social security benefits. Jack Myers, Public Affairs Specialist from the Social Security Administration, said children can qualify for Social Security benefits depending on two things. The first is that the children must be unmarried, and Myers said, the other has three possible options.
Myers said if the children receiving benefits, are in high school and will be turning 19, they can do something to make sure they continue receiving those benefits.
For more information go to socialsecurity.gov. Myers appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.