Beneficiaries of the United States Social Security Administration have reasons to be pleased. The new October payment is about to land. Those with Social Security benefits will receive their payment on the upcoming October 11, provided they meet one essential criterion: their date of birth. With this piece of information, you can anticipate when you’ll receive your benefit.
As usual, the Social Security Calendar is announced at the start of the year and remains unchanged. Thus, by knowing your birth date, you can determine each month when your pension will arrive. For instance, the next disbursement is scheduled for October 11. On this day, those with accepted unemployment benefits born between the 1st and 10th of the month will receive their money. Do you belong to this group?
Social Security Payment Schedule for October
If you weren’t born between the 1st and 10th of the month, there’s no cause for concern. Your payment will be dispatched in the third or fourth week of October, depending on your birth date. Here’s the October payment schedule:
- October 11: First payment of the month for those born between the 1st and 10th of the month.
- October 18: Second payment of the month for those born between the 11th and 20th of the month.
- October 25: Third and final payment in October for those born between the 21st and 31st of the month.
If you experience any delays with the payments, first reach out to your bank. If you don’t find a solution there, you can approach Social Security. At any of their offices, they will assist and help with any delay issues. Now you’re informed about the Social Security payment calendar for October 2023.
Supplemental Security Income
In addition to regular Social Security benefit payments, there’s also the Supplemental Security Income (SSI). This subsidy is aimed at individuals with lower incomes. The basic requirement is that your incoming money doesn’t exceed a set limit. To determine if you’re eligible for SSI, simply use the BEST tool.
SSI is always paid on the 1st of each month. However, if the first day falls on a holiday or weekend, Social Security issues the payment on the immediately preceding workday. Hence, in September, there are two payments since October 1 is a weekend. This situation doesn’t occur every month, so check the calendar if you have doubts.
If you encounter issues with delays in both SSI and Social Security payments, first go to your bank and then consult your local office. In any case, the Administration adheres to the schedule without delays, so you can rest assured on that front.