In all States of the United States, Social Security Administrationpayments follow the same schedule. Therefore, it does not matter whether you live in the State of New York or the State of California. The only thing that matters in these cases is the date of birth. Any U.S. citizen who has an accepted benefit and was born between the 1st and 10th of the month will collect their benefit today.
September 21st is the second day of Social Security subsidy payments. For SSI payments, the dates are different. If you are eligible for Supplemental Security Income, there are two payments in September and the first payment was made on the 1st of the month. The second of these payments will be made on September 30, although it actually corresponds to the month of October. Although the important thing today is the retirement and disability benefits.
Social Security payments in September
The first of the three September Social Security payments goes out today into Americans’ pockets, but it is not the last payment. Each group of beneficiaries has its own day of receipt of the monthly check. The groups are divided by date of birth. Thus, there are three tranches of days to receive this benefit.
To find out which are these sections, we can refer to the calendar itself. These are the Social Security payments in September 2022:
Second Wednesday of the month: September 14, today. Social Security sends the benefit to people born between the 1st and 10th of the month.
Third Wednesday of the month: September 21. This is the next payment. People born between the 11th and 20th receive the payment on this day.
Fourth Wednesday of the month: September 28th. Everyone born between the 21st and 31st receives SSI on this day.
When is SSI paid?
As previously mentioned, SSI payments are always made on the 1st of each month. In September there are two payments because October 1st is a holiday. Thus, the Social Security Administration pays SSI-related benefits and subsidies on September 1 and September 30.
For any delays related to SSA payments, remember that you can contact either your bank or your nearest local office. Either place will be able to help you sort out your problems. You can also contact us by phone or check that your details are correct on the My Social Security website. Don’t forget to update your data whenever something has changed in your life.
Now that you know what the groups are, you can automatically identify the day on which you will receive your benefit. It could be this week or next week. On top of that, the first Social Security payment of the month has already been made, so keep an eye out for delays with your subsidy.