Social Security Payments: The first half of the instant payment of $1,682 ships in just 10 days

Rsupplemental security income recipients receive their first of two September payments in just over a week.

Eligible recipients will receive their first payment of $841 on September 1 and their second payment on September 30 in the same amount, equating to a total of $1,682 for the month, according to the Social Security Administration. September is one of the three months of the year in which people receive two additional security incomes. The other two months with two terms this year are April and December.

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The Supplemental Security Income is a federal program funded by general tax revenue and designed to help “elderly, blind and disabled” people who are unemployed or on low incomes, according to the government’s website. The money is intended to provide basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter.

Eligible couples will receive two payments of $1,261 for the month of September. Essential persons, i.e. someone who lives with a person who receives supplemental security income and provides necessary care, will receive two payments of $421 to be paid out on the same days.

The duplicate payments offset the months when no payment is sent to ensure eligible recipients receive 12 payments per year, according to the schedule. The months without a scheduled payment are January, May and October.

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Analysts expect Social Security benefits to likely rise as a result of rising inflation, meaning some may start earning less than they currently receive, as the rise in payments could place them in a higher tax bracket, according to Nexstar Media Wire.

Without action from Congress, Social Security fund reserves are expected to dry up by 2035, according to the Social Security Board of Trustees’ annual report 2022.


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