A large part of the United States citizens will receive their Social Security benefit next week. To be more exact, one third, as the groups to receive the payments are divided into 3 different ones. The first of the Social Security payments, excluding SSI, is on September 14. On this day people born between the 1st and 10th of the month will be able to receive their check of up to $4,194.
In order to receive this amount of money it is mandatory to have an accepted Social Security benefit. If your application is still in progress, you will have to wait. Just a little longer, but you will have to do it before you start receiving your money. In the case of SSI, the payment was last September 1st, although there will still be one more payment on the 30th of October.
Social Security payment schedule for September
Social Security payments in September will follow the usual payment schedule. The only exception in this case is that there is a double payment of SSI. This is due, as we have previously commented, to the fact that the October payment is also made within this month. The reason for this exceptional situation is that October 1 is a weekend, so the SSA sends the payment on the immediately preceding business day.
Day 14: (second Wednesday of the month): Social Security payment to those born between the 1st and 10th.
Day 21: (third Wednesday of the month): Benefit payment for those born between the 11th and 20th.
Day 28: (fourth Wednesday of the month): Social Security Administration sends payment of to those born between the 21st and 31st of the month.
Day 30: October SSI payment.
It can take up to 3 days for the money sent by the Social Security Administration to reach your bank account, so be patient if it has not yet arrived. Wait a couple more days and contact your bank to check if there is a problem.