The United States Government spends a portion of its budget to Social Security. Thanks to this, many people are able to have enough purchasing power to pay all their monthly bills. Despite this, lot of people are unable to make ends meet or have lower incomes, which is why Supplemental Security Income exists. And today is the day when SSA sends out this kind of payment. The Social Security Administration provides this benefit to those with the lowest incomes.
Also, every month the payment is made on the same day. On the 1st of each month you can get your SSI benefit from Social Security regardless of whether it is disability or retirement. Also, it is important to remember that in September the SSA will send two SSI payments, since October 1 is not a working day.
Who receives SSI from Social Security?
The first requirement to receive October SSI is to collect a Social Security benefit. This benefit can be for retirement, blindness or disability. If you have this benefit, you may be on the list to get SSI. After that you only have to meet one more requirement, not have a lot of income. There are several eligibility requirements for SSI and a large majority of SSA recipients are eligible for SSI, so check to see if you are.
A low source of income will qualify you for SSI. The Social Security Administration does not consider some sources of money a lot of income like the benefit, for example. Therefore, a large number of people on benefits can get SSI, even if they don’t know it. Do you have questions about how to get information on how to get SSI? It’s easy to do.
How can I check to see if I am eligible for SSI?
You can use Social Security’s BEST tool to find out if you are eligible for SSI or any other benefit. By simply entering your information, you can find out all the necessary information. Then you just need to contact the SSA to start the process for that particular benefit. Remember that you have several ways to contact Social Security, such as by phone or by going to your nearest local office.
In addition to this payment, the Social Security Administration sends out separate payments in October. SSI is only the first payment. During the month the SSA will send other payments on the following dates:
September 30: October SSI payment..
October 12th: First Social Security benefit payment.
October 19st: Second SSA benefit payment.
October 26th: Third retirement or disability benefit payment.
Upcoming SSI payments in 2022
In addition to the September SSI payments, which comes double, the rest of the year there are payments of this benefit. In the coming months, too, the Social Security Administration will send money into recipients’ pockets, with the exception of October. This is the calendar for the remainder of the year for SSI:
November: Day 1.
December: Day 1 Day 30 (pertaining to the January 2023 payment).