Dates confirmed in the United States! As we all know, payments corresponding to Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are always made to beneficiaries and taxpayers on the first days of each month. If you do not know the payment dates, we will tell you that this note is for you.
December is the busiest month of the year because of Christmas shopping, therefore, it is necessary to know the collections, deposits and the dates on which the Social Security Administration issues payments.
Along these lines, it is very important that the SSI contributors have all the information about the date of their collections, because it is not an additional payment, and therefore, it will be of great help to them when planning for the holidays. for the end of the year.
KNOW THE SOCIAL SECURITY PAYMENT DATE IN DECEMBER
The federal system offers monthly payments to adults and children who are disabled or blind, as long as their income and resources are under certain financial limits. In addition, payments are given to those over 65 years of age without disabilities, as long as they have a low economic income, which includes wages, pensions and resources.
As such, we would like to inform you that all SSI beneficiaries will receive two payments in double payments for the month of December, in accordance with the scheduled Social Security calendar for this 2023:
- First payment: Friday, December 1
- Second payment: Friday, December 29
These dates were chosen, because the 30th and 31st are weekends and January 1st is a holiday.
THE AMOUNT OF THE SSI CHECK: IT WILL PAY FOR SOCIAL SECURITY
Individual SSI beneficiaries receive a monthly amount of $914, which is the highest rate, while for joint beneficiaries, the monthly payment amounts to $1,371.
In the case of significant others who care for an SSI beneficiary, the program provides them with a monthly payment of up to $458 dollars.
In the coming year, a possible increase of up to $50 in payments is expected, as the SSA announced a 3.2% Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) for the year 2024. This increase will also benefit retirees. from Social Security.