In September, the Supplemental Security Income beneficiaries (SSI), a payment paid to Social Security Administration (SSA), received two payments, this is because one of them corresponds to the month of October. This raises a big question for people who receive it: how many payments are left in 2023? on RECREATION We inform you of the schedule of pending payments, as well as the method of payment and the amounts you must pay.
It should be noted that the Additional Security Income is a means-tested program that provides cash payments to children with disabilities, adults with disabilities, and individuals age 65 or older who are citizens or nationals of the United States. If you are part of this beneficiary group, you should know the amount of federal payments, which will be available from January 2023, according to the SSA:
- One person: US$914
- Couple: US$1,371
- Important people: US$458
Why is it paid twice in September?
On Friday, September 1, the ninth payment of the year was made to SSI beneficiaries; but, moreover, in the same month, all Beneficiaries will receive the payment corresponding to October on Friday the 29th. It is built on the annual schedule of the Social Security Administration (SSA), which consists of 12 annual payments.
But why pay in October in September? The decision is due to the fact that, although the payment must be made on the first day of each month, if the date falls on a week or holiday, the deposit or sending of the check will be made before the beginning of the month to be paid. , as will happen in October.
What are the pending Social Security SSI payments in 2023?
Date of outstanding SSI payment in 2023:
- October: Friday, September 29
- November: Wednesday, November 1
- December: Friday, December 1.
How are SSI recipients paid?
Payments for SSI beneficiaries are electronic and there are two ways to receive money from the program:
- Direct deposit to bank account: You just need to contact your bank or contact SSI to receive the payment.
- Direct Express Debit Card Program: This is done through the Direct Express card, where payments are deposited according to the schedule. To do this, you must contact the Treasury Department at 1-800-333-1795 or register online (Click HERE).