The United States Social Security Administration’s payment schedule is now available to all beneficiaries. Thus, if you have a disability or retirement benefit, you can know when you will receive your subsidy in October. Therefore, you will be able to organize your financial calendar if you take these days into account. It is a very good way to know when you will have the money you need to pay your bills and all your monthly expenses.
The Social Security Administration divides its beneficiaries into three different groups, depending on their birthday. For this reason, there are three different days for payments: the second, third and fourth Wednesday of the month. This way, disabled beneficiaries can directly recognize the date on which they will receive their subsidy. When is your Social Security payment day?
October Social Security Calendar
Social Security payments follow this calendar below. Thanks to this information that the SSA provides, many retirees can have some breathing room and more financial peace of mind. This is the calendar:
October 12. Second Wednesday of the month. This payment is for all disabled persons with Social Security who were born between the 1st and 10th of the month.
October 19th. Third Wednesday of the month. The SSA sends payment on this day to people with disabilities born between the 11th and 20th.
October 26th. If your birthday is between the 21st and 31st of the month, you will collect Social Security on this day in October.
For any delays or problems related to payment, you must first contact your bank. Your bank may be holding the payment for various reasons, so check this option first. If your bank does not offer a possible solution, go to a local office or call Social Security at 1 (800) 772-1213.
Other SSA Beneficiaries
This schedule of payments does not apply only to Social Security disability benefits. Any type of retirement-related benefit is paid on the same day. Therefore, if you are retired, regardless of your retirement age, you can collect your subsidy on October 12, 19 or 26, depending on your date of birth.
Thanks to this calendar, you can keep your household finances under control and pay all your bills, housing and other monthly expenses. If for some reason, your Social Security check is too low, remember that you can expand your monthly budget through various activities that provide extra income. Try renting out your garden for parties or an extra room you have at home that you no longer use.