Full Retirement Age retirees in the United States are in luck, at least a large portion of them. The Social Security Administration will send out the September retirement payment tomorrow. But that’s not the only thing, since also the rest of retirees and people with disabilities will have this payment from Social Security this day. Even so, there is a requirement to be able to collect the payment tomorrow, Wednesday, September 28.
The only requirement is related to the date of birth. Tomorrow, on the 28th, the Social Security Administration will send the September benefit payment to pensioners born between the 21st and 31st of the month. Therefore, this means that we are facing the last payment of the month in this area. Thus, the September payments are finished and no more are sent. In this sense, if you have not yet received your September Social Security payment you may need to claim it.
Social Security payments in September
In the month of September there are up to 5 different days in Social Security payments. Most of these days have already passed, but it is still good to remember the calendar so you can check if you have received it. Let’s take a look at the payment days in September:
- September 1st: September SSI payment for the month of September. This is the first payment of the month and is not retirement pension, but Supplemental Security Income.
- September 14th: This is the first Social Security payment for September. It is for those born between the 1st and 10th of the month.
- September 21st: Third Wednesday of the month and second SSA payment in September. Beneficiaries born between the 11th and 20th received their benefit on this day.
- September 28th: The fourth and last Wednesday of the month. This is also the last SSA pension payment in September. This payment is tomorrow and corresponds to people born between the 21st and 31st of the month.
- September 30th: On this day the Social Security Administration sends out the SSI benefit payment for beneficiaries. This payment is for the month of October, but it is sent earlier because the 1st of that month is a weekend.
Therefore, by knowing what the Social Security payment days are you will be able to know if your payment is late or not. It is very unusual for the SSA to send payments late, but in case you have not received it yet, contact your nearest local office to check if there are any problems.