Next week, all disabled people in the United States who meet a certain requirement will be in luck. The Social Security Administration is sending out the new payments that correspond to the first mailing of September. These payments are only for one group of people. It doesn’t matter if your pension is retirement or disability. The only important thing in this case is your birthday.
Therefore, knowing your date of birth you will know if next week you will receive in your pocket, directly, the new payment from the Social Security. The first group, which receives the subsidy amount on the second Wednesday of the month, is made up of people born between the 1st and 10th birthdays. If your birthday falls between those two dates, congratulations, because you will soon have an extra month of SSA money.
Social Security payments in September
Although this payment is really important, the Social Security Administration sends out more payments in September. The payments from the SSA are mainly divided into two: Supplemental Security Income payments and pension payments. The former is always made at the beginning of the month, while the latter has different dates.
One of the great advantages that the disability benefit has over the retirement benefit is the age at which you can apply for it. To start receiving Social Security retirement benefits, you must be 62 years old. On the other hand, the disability benefit depends on the situation of each individual and it is best to go to your local office to check your possibilities.
In this way, you will be able to know directly the day on which you will receive your payment of up to $4,194 from Social Security Administration. The September calendar is as follows:
September 1: September SSI payment.
September 14: Second Wednesday. For people born between the 1st and 10th of the month.