Is it easier to get disability if I am over 50 years old? Why is it harder for younger people to get disability?
Why is it easier to get Social Security disability after age 50? It is easier for…
The Social Security Administration has released the 2017 and 2018 payment schedules for Social Security benefits. When you receive your payment depends on a few factors, most notably your date of birth.
The schedule breaks down as follows:
If you receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI), you will receive your payments on the 1st of each month. The exception is when the 1st falls on a weekend or holiday. In this case, you’ll receive your payment on the preceding Friday.
For beneficiaries that started receiving benefits before May 1997, or if you receive both Social Security benefits and SSI payments, you will receive your payments on the 3rd of each month. If the 3rd falls on a weekend or holiday, you will receive your payment on the preceding Friday.
If you do not receive your payment on your specified day or date, the Social Security Administration asks that you wait three mailing days before contacting them.
Please view the full 2017 schedule here and view the full 2018 schedule here.
If you believe you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits, Smith Godios Sorensen Inc. can help determine if you are eligible. Contact us on our website or call us at 877-351-2086.
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I did not get my ss deposit Wednesday