Amounts for children born before 2019 (transitional measures)
|youngest child in the family on 31/12/2018||€ 99,70|
|second youngest child in the family on 31/12/2018||€ 184,47|
|other children in the family on 31/12/2018||€ 259,49|
|Monthly age supplement|
|6 to 11 years||€ 32,63|
|12 to 17 years||€ 49,86|
|from 18 years||€ 63,40|
Monthly age supplement for eldest child not receiving social allowance or care allowance for a child with specific support needs**
|6 to 11 years||€ 16,36|
|12 to 17 years||€ 24,92|
|from 18 years||€ 28,72|
|Monthly age supplement for persons with disabilities born before 1 July 1966|
|Oldest child not receiving single-parent family supplement||€ 55,02|
|Other children||€ 63,40|
|Increased orphan allowance||€ 382,92|
A child orphaned before 2019 retains the increased orphan benefit of €382.92 per month as long as the remaining parent does not remarry or cohabit.
|Child receiving a basic amount of € 99,70||€ 65,75|
|Child receiving a basic amount of € 184,47||€ 46,45|
|Child receiving a basic amount of € 259,49||€ 20,52|
The social allowance for families with 1 or 2 children and an income between €34,526.91 and
€40,281.40 is also €35 for children born before 2019, regardless of the child's basic amount.
Supplement for the long-term sick and disabled (monthly)
|Child receiving basic amount of €99.70 will receive supplement of €124.18 instead of €65.75 in this case||€ 124,18|
|Increased supplement for single-parent families (monthly)|
|Child receiving basic amount of € 259,49, will receive supplement of € 40,37 instead of € 20,52||€ 40,37|
* The amount your child born before 2019 gets today depends on the family composition on 31/12/2018. The family composition on 31/12/2018 can also be determined retroactively in some situations.
** Oldest children who receive an allowance receive the full monthly age supplement. No halved age supplement is applied for these children.