Over 62 will receive a Social Security payment of $1,841 on November 22

Millions of US citizens looking forward to theirs Social security checks, crucial financial support that helps them meet essential expenses amid rising U.S. inflation.

If you are over the age of 62 and have not received any Social security payments on November 3, 8 or 15 you may be eligible for a follow-up check. It is important to note that only people who applied for benefits after 30 April 1997 are considered for this payment, excluding applicants before that date.

To qualify for the next average payment of about $1,841, the date of birth plays an important role. Only those born between the 21st and 31st of the month are eligible for this social security payment. Dates of birth outside this range are not acceptable. As November’s Social Security payments approach, this check represents the last chance for those who meet the criteria.

Next payment – social security

The Social Security Administration will give out checks for an average amount of about $1,841 starting in September 2023. However, some individuals may receive significantly higher amounts, with a maximum of $4,555 in 2023 for those age 70. To qualify for this higher payment, one must have a minimum of 35 years of service, retire at age 70, and have an outstanding earnings history.

The third November Social Security payment will be paid on November 22. Many are curious about the payment dates for the next month. For Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients, the payment date is November 1.

Fingers pulling dollars out of pocket as there will be no more SSI payments in November
There will be no more SSI payments in November

If you already received one of these payments in November, you will not receive the next payment once you enter the last month of the year.

Individuals receiving retirement benefits or disability benefits with a lower payment amount are eligible for SSI, which is designed to help low-income Americans. It is recommended that you apply for this supplement as soon as possible to increase your financial aid.

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