ANNOUNCED! Social Security, SSI, SSDI Checks & Payments Dates 2022/2023
SSDI recipients who started claiming on or before 1997
If you started receiving SSDI benefits on or ahead of 1997, you’ll get your payments on the third of every month. Therefore, you should receive your payment on Friday, June 3. If the third lands on a weekend or an eligible holiday, you’ll get your benefits on the banking day before. Supplemental Security Income The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payment schedule works similar to those who started receiving SSDI benefits on or before 1997. SSI benefits are distributed on the first of each month, unless it falls on a weekend or public holiday. Therefore, if you are an SSI recipient you can expect payment on Wednesday, June 1. What happens if your payment is lat There are several reasons that can cause a delay in your Social Security, SSI, or SSDI payment. The most common is a change in information. People tend to move or get a new bank and they forget to update the SSA. To prevent your check from being delayed, make sure your account has your most recent information. Another reason a payment may be delayed is if the office in charge of handling your payments experiences a slowdown in their operations. The SSA recommends you to wait three business days for your check to arrive. The day you receive your Social Security benefits depends on your birthday, but the payment usually comes on a Wednesday. Those whose birth date falls anywhere from the 1st to the 10th of the month should receive their payment on Wednesday, June 8. For those whose birth date falls between the 11th and 20th, the payment will arrive on Wednesday, June 15.
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