Payments are due on January 24 according to Social security schedule. To be eligible, you must have filed first. The date you started collecting disability or retirement checks must be on or after May 1997.
Those who filed and received benefits before that date are not eligible for January 24 payments. In fact, they won't get their next payment until February 2nd. The other February checks will arrive on February 14th, 21st and 28th.
If you've checked your bank account and still haven't received the money, don't worry. Read the section below to see the reasons why payments it may be late or missing.
JANUARY 24 PAYMENTS AND ELIGIBILITY
If you are not eligible for first retirement and disability benefits payments in 2024 is because you started receiving benefits after April 31. So the Social Security Administration will check your date of birth.
Depending on when your date of birth is, you may be eligible for the first, second or third round on Wednesday payments. For example, if your birthday is from 1 to 10, your check was due on January 10.
Those whose birthday is from 11 to 20 got theirs payments on January 17. Therefore, if your birthday is none of the above, you will be eligible for this retirement or disability check.
Eligible beneficiaries must have started receiving benefits on or after May 1997 and have birth dates between 21-31. As for the amounts, there are average and maximum amounts. But there can be as many different amounts as there are beneficiaries.
RATE OF DISABILITY AND PENSION BENEFIT FOR JANUARY 24
Payments for retirees, it can be up to $4,873 if you earned the taxable maximum over 35 years and filed at age 70. If you filed at full retirement age but meet the other two requirements, you can get up to $3,822.
The maximum amount for disability benefits (SSDI) is $3,822 in 2024. However, payments are much lower in most cases because people may not have had as high an income or filed as late.
The average SSDI check is $1,537 in 2024, up from $1,449 in 2023. Retirees could receive average checks worth $1,907, up from $1,848 as of December 2023. So they finally got a 3.2% increase. Although the average Social Security benefit increased by $50, SSDI recipients only received an extra $44 per month.
Retirees received about $59 extra. If you haven't received your check yet, the SSA says you should wait three days for it to be mailed. Contact your bank first and then, after three days for mailing, you can call the SSA. Banks may not have sent paymentsyour information may not be up to date or there may have been a problem issuing your check.