Social Security Monthly payment worth $914 went out to the Supplemental Security Income program recipients which appeared on their first and two-month payments in the month of September
Social Security Monthly Payment worth $914 for single filers
According to the report of the Washington Examiner, the Social Security Monthly Payment worth $914 for single filers proceeded to the Supplemental Security Income program recipients on Friday making up their first of two payments in September.
The first payment of the Social Security Monthly payment was paid on Friday followed by the second payment at the end of the month, September 29 which will take the place of October’s payment. A scheduling glitch in the Social Security Administration’s calendar causes recipients to get two payments in a month if the first of the next month comes on a weekend, which makes the double payment.
Also, according to The Gazette, beneficiaries of the Social Security Monthly payment typically receive one check every month but this year they will receive two in four months: March, June, September, and December. January 1 is usually a holiday and the first of the month falls on weekends in April, July, and October. The second Social Security Monthly payment takes the place of the subsequent month’s payments.
During the first two payments in a month, the second payment is typically due at the end of the month. However, in the month of October, the 1st falls on a Sunday, and the second payment is scheduled for September 29 because September 30 falls on a Saturday.
Social Security Monthly payment varies on the recipients depending on how they apply for assistance. Singles might expect to pay up to $914 per month. For qualified couples, they should pay at least $1,371 per month. A monthly payment of $458 is given to essential personnel who house and care for someone receiving SSI. The basis to apply for the Supplemental Security program should be at least 65 years old and satisfy certain income criteria. Those below 65 must be eligible to pay their Social Security Monthly payment if they are at least partially blind or have a medical and mental condition that seriously restricts their daily routines and activities for a year and is anticipated to be the cause of death.
Children are eligible for the Social Security Monthly payment if they are at least blind or have a physical or mental ailment that restricts their everyday activities in a year and whose parents or legal guardians have a small or ample income or resources.
The Social Security Monthly payment began in January 1974 by the Social Security Administration and the Social Security Monthly payment rates were claimed to increase in 1975 for the cost of living, reported by the agency.