The arrival of summer is fast approaching and disability benefitrecipients will soon be receiving their new Social Security check. Thanks to this system, these beneficiaries in the United States can enjoy the best financial arrangement possible. One of the great advantages of starting to collect the retirement check is knowing when our check will be available.
That is why it is important to know the schedule of Social Security disability payments. If we know on what day the Administration sends out each of these checks, we will be able to know what our budget is for each month. And that makes things a lot easier for American families. With this advantage, we must also consider that there are months in which some beneficiaries receive their payments even before the due date.
Thanks to this type of early payment, we can make sure that users with disabilities pay their bills on time. At the end of the day, the Social Security Administration’s goal with its monthly checks is nothing less than that. So pay attention to exactly when you will receive your June disability advance payment. Are you in this group of beneficiaries?
Who receives the June Disability Benefit payment first?
The group of beneficiaries who receive the payment early is the group of pre-1997 retirees. This group of users with disabilities may receive their benefit a day earlier. To be exact, we could receive the check today if we meet the requirements. But for this we must have Direct Deposit activated as well.
With this collection method, any citizen who retired before 1997 will receive a check from Social Security today. The usual payment day for this group is the 3rd day of each month, but when that day is a weekend or holiday, the Administration advances the payment. That is why this specific group receives their payment earlier this month.
Other Social Security payments in June
This June 2nd payment is not the only payment the Social Security Administration will send for United States disability beneficiaries. In addition to this payment there are three more retirement checks. However, the remaining payments are only for beneficiaries who retired after 1997.
Despite this, there is one more requirement related to the day of birth. Thus, retirees after 1997 will receive their payment on the 14th, 21st and 28th days. Each of these days is for a specific group of Americans.
The 14th day is for retirees born between the 1st and 10th of the month. On June 21st, retirees born between the 11th and 20th of the month can receive their check. Finally, June 28th is the day the Social Security Administration sends the disability benefit to beneficiaries born between the 21st and 31st of the month.