In the United States of America there are payment dates for all Social Security beneficiaries. These dates are announced by the Administration at the beginning of the year. It can also be announced in the last months of the previous year. In short, as soon as the calendar is announced, we already know the days on which the Social Security Administration will send payments to all its beneficiaries.
For this reason, it has been known for some time that the Social Security Administration will send two SSI payments in September. This is because payments are always made on the 1st of the month, except for holidays and weekends. Since October 1st is a weekend, the payment is made on the last working day of September.
Who will receive this double payment from Social Security?
The Social SecuritySSI double payment will be sent to all SSI recipients. It does not matter if you collect SSI because you are 65 or older with low income or because of a disability. The only important thing is to meet the requirements to collect, such as having a low income and not having more than $2,000 in your bank account, among others.
For the remainder of the year, there is another month where the Social Security SSI payment date changes slightly. Here you can see the following months:
September, 30: October SSI payment (Social Security Administration sents out two SSI payments this month).
November, 1: November SSI payment.
December, 1: December SSI payment.
December, 30: January 2023 SSI payment (Social Security Administration sents out two SSI payments this month, corresponding to January 2023).
If you want to find out if you are eligible for SSI, you can use the government’s BEST tool. This tool will tell you about all Social Security benefits and how to apply for them. It will also tell you directly which benefit you can apply for. After using the tool, contact your local office to apply for the benefit.
Don’t forget that if you have any problems with your SSI payment, it is best to contact your local office. You can also ask your bank if they have held your payment because of an administrative problem. If all goes well, these are the days on which you will receive your Social Security benefit.