Awards to Disabled-Worker Families Table 46.

Number, average primary insurance amount, and average monthly family benefit, by family composition, 2006
Percentage of Average primary Average monthly families receiving Number of insurance amount family benefit a maximum family beneficiaries (dollars) (dollars) benefit b 331,482 308,491 1,198.60 901.00 1,169.10 883.30 10.8 22.6

Family composition Worker only Men Women Worker with children By sex of worker Men Women By number of children 1 child 2 children 3 or more children Worker with— Spouse aged 62 or older c Spouse aged 62 or older and 1 or more children Spouse and 1 child Spouse and 2 children Spouse and 3 or more children

Number of families 331,482 308,491

73,692 61,546 72,451 42,100 20,687 5,846 170 4,060 4,198 3,397

198,248 163,990 144,902 126,300 91,036 11,715 552 12,184 16,792 18,976

1,190.30 906.00 1,079.20 1,061.00 996.60 1,545.00 1,403.70 1,262.30 1,212.50 1,155.60

1,700.50 1,229.80 1,493.00 1,511.60 1,411.30 1,839.00 2,260.80 1,841.50 1,761.70 1,668.90

85.9 89.1 84.7 90.3 90.7 8.5 67.1 86.7 88.3 88.3

SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Annual Award and Termination Transaction file, 100 percent data. NOTES: A family means beneficiaries entitled on one worker's account. The data may understate the number of families with dependents because records of awards to dependents made in a different calendar year are not available for inclusion. Data exclude expedited reinstatement cases; they include beneficiaries whose benefits are being withheld. a. Benefits awarded before the December cost-of-living increase are converted to the December rates before averages are computed. b. Includes families and worker-only beneficiaries for whom the primary insurance amount is equal to the family maximum amount. c. If the spouse is also entitled to a retired-worker benefit, only the benefit amount received as a spouse is included. CONTACT: Glenda Carter (410) 965-7794 or di.asr@ssa.gov.

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Awards to Disabled-Worker Families Table 47. Distribution, by family composition and age of worker, 2006
Total, all ages 60 or older

Family composition

Under 30

30–34

35–39

40–44

45–49

50–54

55–59

Number
Worker only Worker with— Spouse Aged 62 or older a Child in care Children 1 child 2 children 3 or more children Families receiving maximum benefit b 639,973 38,598 20,224 28,120 47,436 79,268 126,817 171,172 128,338

6,016 11,655 72,451 42,100 20,687

0 581 4,890 3,162 1,624

0 1,032 4,620 4,929 3,687

2 1,699 7,558 8,317 5,301

5 2,282 13,001 9,928 4,872

32 2,234 15,458 7,912 2,916

137 1,924 14,361 4,768 1,409

828 1,313 8,968 2,330 665

5,012 590 3,595 754 213

234,641

31,469

19,457

28,465

37,451

38,076

35,708

29,356

14,659

Percent
Worker only Worker with— Spouse Aged 62 or older a Child in care Children 1 child 2 children 3 or more children Families receiving maximum benefit b 100.0 6.0 3.2 4.4 7.4 12.4 19.8 26.7 20.1

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

0 5.0 6.7 7.5 7.9

0 8.9 6.4 11.7 17.8

c 14.6 10.4 19.8 25.6

0.1 19.6 17.9 23.6 23.6

0.5 19.2 21.3 18.8 14.1

2.3 16.5 19.8 11.3 6.8

13.8 11.3 12.4 5.5 3.2

83.3 5.1 5.0 1.8 1.0

29.6

64.4

56.4

55.8

48.3

35.3

23.9

15.8

10.6

SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Annual Award and Termination Transaction file, 100 percent data. NOTES: A family means beneficiaries entitled on one worker's account. The data may understate the number of families with dependents because records of awards to dependents made in a different calendar year are not available for inclusion. Data exclude expedited reinstatement cases; they include beneficiaries whose benefits are being withheld. a. Includes spouses aged 62 or older with children. b. Includes families and worker-only beneficiaries for whom the primary insurance amount is equal to the family maximum amount. c. Less than 0.05 percent. CONTACT: Glenda Carter (410) 965-7794 or di.asr@ssa.gov.

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