A large group of United States citizens will receive the first of their Social Security checks next week. The group is made up of a wide variety of retirees. This means that not only disability retirees will collect this benefit, but also any other retiree who meets an exact requirement.
Thus, all those born between the 1st and 10th of the month will have their Social Security benefit next week. To be exact, November 9th is the day when the Social Security Adminsitration will send the payment to all those retirees. Disability retirees can receive a maximum pension of $3,345 per month. On the other hand, age retirees can receive up to $4,194 per month, although they should plan their retirement well before they start collecting the pension.
When does Social Security pay in November?
In addition to the payment on the 9th day of November, the Social Security Administration will send other different payments to retirees, either by disability or retirement age. These are the days on which the SSA will send checks.
- November 1st. This day is the Supplemental Security Income payment. If you have not yet received this payment, you should contact your nearest local office to resolve the problem.
- November 9th. First Social Security payment of the month. This payment is for those born between the 1st and 10th of the month.
- November 16th. Second SSA payment. Pensioners with birthdays between the 11th and 20th will receive their check on this day.
- November 23th. Third and final SSA payment this month. This day is the day on which pensioners born between the 21st and 31st of the month will be able to receive their benefit.
With this calendar you already know the day in November when you will receive your Social Security, so you can organize your family economy.
What to do if my SSA payment is late?
To troubleshoot problems related to Social Security payments, you can do the following:
- Contact your bank. Sometimes your bank may hold your payment because there are problems with your information. First contact your bank to see if the problem is related to this information.
- Go to a local Social Security office. You can also contact them by phone. If the bank is unable to solve the problem with the payment check, then go to the SSA office for help.
Make sure your information is always up to date through My Social Security. This is the best way to ensure that there are no delays with your payments and that you get your paycheck on time.