If you are one of the millions of United States citizens waiting for your benefit, you will soon have it. The Social Security Administration will begin mailing benefits next week. It all depends on your date of birth. If you were born between the 1st and 10th of the month, in just a few days you will be able to count on your subsidy money. To be more precise, next October 12th you will have the money sent by the Social Security in your bank account.
In any case, don’t worry if you were not born between those days. In addition to this date, there are other dates to receive the money from the Social Security. You can receive it both on the 21st and on the 28th. As with the payment on the 12th, each day the benefit check is sent to a different group of people.
Social Security for 1st-10th borns
Therefore, we can conclude that the Social Security Administration divides the payment of benefits into 3 groups. These groups are made up of beneficiaries born between the 1st-10th, those born between the 11th-20th, and those whose birthday is between the 21st-31st. It does not matter which group you were born into, as you will receive your check on a monthly basis without any problems.
Also, the date on which you will receive your Social Security money will change based on that date of birth. Therefore, the first group will receive their check on the second Wednesday of the month. On the other hand, the second group will receive their money on the third Wednesday of the month. The third and last group will receive their Social Security check on the fourth Wednesday of the month.
When will I receive SSI?
In addition to paying out Social Security benefits, the government also sends SSI (Supplemental Security Income) income. Unlike your old-age pension, this payment is always made on the first day of the month. This is always the case, except when the first day of the month is a holiday or a weekend. In these cases, the day the money was sent is the previous business day.
For this reason, in September we will have two SSI payments, since October 1st is a weekend. On the other hand, in the entire month of October we will not receive the SSI benefit, although this does not matter because we will actually receive it, even if it is a few days earlier.