Supplemental Security Income checks are mailed in time to be delivered on the first of each month. If the first of the month falls on a weekend or a legal public holiday, payment is delivered on the last business day before that.
With rare exceptions, recipients who applied for SSI benefits after March 1, 2013, are required to receive their benefits electronically. Those payments are delivered on the same schedule as mailed payments. Social Security benefit payments are made on a different schedule based on the recipient’s birth date. Those born from the 1st through the 10th of the month receive payment on the second Wednesday of each month, and those born from the 11th through the 20th receive payment on the third Wednesday of each month. Those born on other dates receive payment on the fourth Wednesday of each month.Learn More
The main difference between SSI and SSDI is that SSDI is based on a recipient’s accumulated work credits or work history and SSI is given to people who do not have enough work credits to qualify for assistance. Work credits are awarded for each year in which a person works.Full Answer >
As of 2014, a person is eligible for Supplemental Security Income if he is a U.S. citizen or in a certain alien category and has limited income and resources. In addition, he must be older than 65, blind or disabled.Full Answer >
Supplemental Security Income benefits are federal financial stipends available to aged, blind or disabled persons to help them meet their basic needs. As of 2014, the SSI program provides eligible individuals up to $721 monthly and $1,082 for couples receiving benefits.Full Answer >
The simplest way to locate a local Social Security office is to use the office finder on the Social Security Administration website. Enter a location to find a list of offices in the area.Full Answer >