Social security plan this week
Social security plan this week

Social security plan this week

SOCIAL Security Control is scheduled to go out this week for Americans with specific birthdays.

ONE adjustment of cost of living (COLA) increased average benefits this year for individual retirees and couples.


Social security checks will be issued in two days for some AmericansCredit: Getty

COLA saw the total average benefit for individual pensioners increase to approx. $ 1,657 pr. month and $ 2,753 for couples.

For those with one birthday the first through the 10th, checks are deposited the second Wednesday of each month.

Those with birthdays on the 11th to the 20th can expect the check to be paid on the third Wednesday of each month.

That means checks will be sent out on Wednesday for these Americans.

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Those with birthdays between the 21st and 31st will have their check paid in on the fourth Wednesday of each month.

This month it will be April 27th.

The average disability benefit payment was increased to $ 1,358 a month, and disabled workers with a spouse and one or more children will now receive about $ 2,383 a month.

People who receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) are typically on the same page time scheduleas long as they started making claims after 1997.

Those who started making claims after that year will get their payments on the third of each month as long as it does not fall on a weekend.

Americans who qualify for SSDI are those with disabilities who can no longer work, or who can no longer work in the same capacity that they once could.

Widows and widowers will now receive $ 1,553 a month, and widows with at least two children will receive an average of $ 3,187 a month.

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Supplementary security income (SSI) is a needs-based program to help those with limited incomes and resources who are unable to earn adequate wages on their own.

Those who receive SSI payments may have a slightly different schedule.

An adjustment in the cost of living this year puts bigger checks in the pockets of pensioners


An adjustment in the cost of living this year puts bigger checks in the pockets of pensionersCredit: Getty

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