American workers who have a impairment which prevents them from working for more than a year, may qualify for disability benefits. SSDI and SSI are the most important disability benefit payments in USA.
February 1 is pay day for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients. Therefore, all Americans who have qualified for SSI will receive their payment today. Of course you will get it as long as you meet the requirements.
Those SSI beneficiaries who have more income or resources due to marriage or a new job may lose these disability benefits. On the contrary, SSDI beneficiaries do not meet the low income requirements.
SSDI – NEW PAY FOR FEBRUARY
Even if your SSDI the check was due on february 3rd the social security administration rescheduled it. For this reason, your payment will arrive in advance.
Social Security has announced the next Social Security Disability Payment for February 2, 2024. The only reason to send money in advance is the fact that the SSA arranges wages only for workdays.
SSDI will be sent to those beneficiaries who received benefits before May 1997. If you started collecting payments after or in May 1997, your payment days may be February 14, 21 or 28.
These wages will be for them SSDI beneficiaries who also meet the date of birth requirement. Going back to the February 2nd payment, it could be yours if you are on SSI at the same time. So it's not just for those on benefits before May 1997.
WHO CAN GET $1415 OR $3822?
To receive 1415 dollars you must be eligible for the highest SSI (Supplemental Security Income) payment and be a married couple. Remember, if either spouse does not qualify, you will not qualify.
If you are on SSI and single, the biggest benefit you can get is $943. That's about $29 more than the previous year's maximum.
Very little SSDI recipients qualify for the biggest benefit worth $3,822. This is because they have not been able to work for a minimum of 35 years. This is the number of years that Social Security uses to calculate the final amount.
Another thing that goes down SSDI checks is the fact that beneficiaries file earlier than for retirement benefits. The amount of your salary also affects future amounts. FYI, the average check is worth about $1,537.