Some United States Social Security beneficiaries have the opportunity to collect their subsidy today. The retirement or disability benefit arrives in bank accounts today, as long as the user has Direct Deposit activated. In short, the first of the three different groups will be able to receive their Social Security today and that is good news for the family economy.
If you are still not sure whether you will receive your benefit today or not, you should know that it is very easy. The Social Security Administration sends the check to beneficiaries born between the 1st and 10th of the month. To receive it, therefore, you only need to know your date of birth. However, don’t worry if you were not born around this time. There are two other payments that the SSA will send throughout the month of September.
When will I receive my Social Security?
As previously mentioned, the Social Security Administration sends the first of the benefit payments today, September 14. In this regard, it makes no difference whether your subsidy is for retirement or disability. The date of birth is the only thing that really matters. On the other hand, don’t worry, if you were not born between the 1st and 10th of the month. You will still receive your monthly check.
The next payments to be made by the Social Security Administration will be on September 21 and 28. The SSA will send the subsidy on the 21st to people born between the 11th and 20th. The last of the payments is on September 28th and will be paid to those born between the 21st and 31st. Therefore, do not worry about your benefit, as you will receive it in the future.
What do I do if my subsidy is delayed?
It is quite possible that your Social Security retirement benefit has a delay. But it is not very common, since the Administration usually sends the money in a timely manner. Even so, in case you do not receive the benefit on time you should always go to your bank to ask if they have withheld the money for any reason.
After doing this, if your bank does not solve the problem, it may be that the Social Security Administration does not have your information correctly. Check through your account to make sure that everything is in order and that there are no errors with your personal information.