Benefits from the United StatesSocial Security Administration can be for several reasons. It does not matter which one you receive, because if you are a pensioner the dates are always the same. If you have a disability or retirement benefit, the day you receive it depends on your date of birth. Social Security has a fixed schedule that makes it easy to know when to send the money.
And that’s why as much as $4,555 could be in your pocket next week if you already have an accepted benefit. It depends on your day of birth, of course. However, it’s also possible that you won’t collect your Social Security amount this coming week. So check the September payment schedule carefully to see when your money will be available.
First Social Security payment of September
The first of the September Social Security payments will be next September 14th. This is the second Wednesday of the month and the people who will collect this payment will be beneficiaries born between the 1st and 10th of the month. If this is your date of birth, you will soon have your benefit. Otherwise, you will have to wait for the following weeks.
In spite of all this, you will not have to wait long. The next payments after the first Social Security will be on the third and fourth Wednesday of the month. It is easy to remember the day the SSA sends the payments because you only need your day of birth.
September Retirement Payment Schedule
The retirement payment schedule for September is as follows. Remember, it doesn’t matter if you are a retirement or disability pensioner. These are the payment dates in September:
Second Wednesday of the month: September 13. The Social Security Administration sends payment to people born between the 1st and 10th of the month.
Third Wednesday of the month: September 20. SSA sends payment to persons born between the 11th and 20th of the month.
Fourth Wednesday of the month: September 27. On this day, the SSA sends Social Security to persons born between the 21st and 31st of the month.