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The highest family benefit per wage earner is 150% of your earnings
So you can draw your benefit plus 50%. The child's benefit is 50% of the parent's benefit
Because two of you are drawing, you each can make the family maximum
So, one son will draw 1/2 of $1,570 and the other son will draw 1/2 of $1,600
fine thank you. So I'm not sure I understand the I can draw my benefit of 1570 plus 50% plus my sons get the 1/2 of 1570 and 1600 and my husband gets 1600? Is that correct?
You draw your benefit, your son gets 1/2 of your benefit. Your husband draws $1,600 plus his benefit
$1,600 plus your son gets 1/2 of that
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You draw $1,570 plus one of your sons gets 1/2 of that additionally.
Your husband draws $1,600 and the other son gets 1/2 of that additionally
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Marianne, I'm sorry that you couldn't see my response. Perhaps you will be able to see it in this format. You would draw $1,570 plus one son would get 1/2 of that amount. Your husband would draw $1,600 plus the other son would get 1/2 of that amount as well. Altogether, your family will draw $4,755Please let me know if you need anything else. If not, please rate as "excellent" so that I may receive credit for assisting you today.