In any case, the rule that these benefits follow is the general rule. There are three payment days a week for benefits. Therefore, you will receive your Social Security checkon the second, third or fourth Wednesday of the month. In the end, what matters most is your date of birth. Knowing this will tell you the exact day you will receive your SSA money. The next payment is September 28th. This is the last payment and the Social Security Administration will send it to a small group of people.
Last Social Security payment in September
The next Social Security payment is the last one for the month of September. In this respect, it is the last one related to old-age and disability pensions. In addition to this, there is also additional income from Social Security, but this does not apply to all Social Security beneficiaries but a small group.
Therefore, this last payment of the subsidy and benefits will take place on September 28. The Social Security Administration will send the money to people with an accepted pension who were born between the 21st and 31st of the month. This means that people with that birthday can have their new payment in their bank accounts very soon.
Other SSA payments in October
We have already commented that that is the last payment from the Social Security Administration in September. That is, at least, on the pension side. But it is not the only payment made this month. Previously payments have been sent out on different dates. Here is the complete September calendar so you can check to see if your payment has already gone out to your bank account.
30st day of September: The Social Security Administration pays the October SSI benefit on this day.
12th day of October: Social Security payment to people born between the 1st and 10th of the month.
19st day of October: Social Security Administration sends pension to those born between the 11th and 20th.
26th day of October: Payment for people with birthdays between the 21st and 31st is sent out on this day.
Therefore, if you have not yet received your benefit you may well need to claim. Contact your local office or call your bank to inquire about the status of your pension.