Month after month, the Social Security Administration (SSA) sends benefits to retired workers and survivors; that is, to the children, spouses, widows, widowers or parents of a deceased beneficiary. The SSA also sends disability benefits to those who fall under the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program and those who collect Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
According to official information from the SSA, nearly 70 million payments are issued every month. As for November payments, the SSA has already begun sending them out. On November 1, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits were sent, while the second round of payments for the month were sent out on November 3. Who will receive the next rollout on November 8?
Who will receive $1,800 from Social Security on November 8?
In 2023, the average payments for retirees have been $1,848, according to the SSA. The maximum benefit for those who retire at age 62 is $2,572 per month, $3,627 for workers who retire at full retirement age (67 years) and $4,555 for those who retire at age 70 or after. Payments are sent via direct deposit to those who have provided a bank account to the Social Security Administration, which is now federally mandated since 2013. Less than one percent still receive their payment as a papercheck via postal mail, which may take additional days to arrive.
The Social Security Administration recommends that those who still receive their benefits in the mail sign up for direct deposit either at their local office or using my Social Security account. According to the SSA, if you don’t receive your payment when you expect it, wait three days to give allowance for additional shipping needs before contacting Social Security.
Source: Diario AS