Social security announced 4 different ones payments for pensioners in January. In this case, the Supplemental Security Income checks will not arrive in January. This is because New Year is a holiday and the administration will send this money on December 29 instead.
There are four dates to save for January, but you’ll obviously only be interested in one or two. The day you or your spouse get yours Social Security retirement benefits. If you started receiving pension benefits before May 1997, your next paycheck will be January 3, 2024.
Those who did not receive money before May 1997 will receive it Social Security checks depending on their date of birth. December 13, birthday from 1-10, December 20, birthday from 11-20 and December 27, 21-31.
WHAT CAN I DO IF MY SOCIAL SECURITY IS NOT ON TIME ON DECEMBER 13?
There are millions of American retirees who are collecting retirement and disability Benefits. Therefore, there may be a delay due to several reasons. For example, some pensioners have changed their bank account and have a new one and have not reported to the administration.
So in this case you should get in touch Social security to inform of this change to update your bank account information. If you always get your payment on time and you don’t have a new financial institution or bank, contact your bank first.
Therefore, it is vital that you do not associate with Social Security Administration. It is likely that they were unable to process the payment due to difficulties they may have had.
Remember that Administration recommends waiting three days for mailing if you have not received your check. So don’t worry if you don’t get it on the exact payment date.
HOW DO I REPORT A MISSING PAYMENT?
If you’ve contacted your bank or financial institution and waited three days for a mailing, it’s time to call Social Security Administration. The call is free, so don’t worry about not having enough credit to call them.
The number to call the SSA is 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778). If you don’t want to call the administration because you don’t want to talk on the phone, you can visit your local Social Security office.
After reporting to missing payment, they will need to review your case and see what happened. As soon as they know your payment is due, they will proceed to replace it.
Sometimes pensioners forget to inform Social security for having changed their address. All changes must be reported to avoid delays. Even if you receive direct deposit, update your information.