There’s one last round of it Social Security checks due Wednesday, don’t panic if you haven’t received yours yet. All checks are on their way to people who requested them. This last round of this January Social Security Checks also have the cost of living adjustment from 2023 or COLA. Your benefit amounts can expect to take a significant hit as benefits have been increased by 8.7% this year to help people fight the ever-increasing inflation. This is by far the largest increase in the past 40 years. Wednesday will be the very last round of checks for January. Keep reading to find out when your Social Security payment must arrive and how to determine your payment date.
People who have just started receiving their Social Security benefits
The people who are just starting to get it Social Security checks are the ones that need the most help understanding when the payments are due. They have the chance to learn the most optimal time to start collecting their benefits and how to pause them for an even bigger payout later on. January checks include the first COLA increase of 2023. The schedule is as follows: On December 30, the first was received SSI payment January 2023. On January 3, people are already paying for their social security. Rolled out January 11 Social Security payments for people whose birthday is between the first and tenth of the month.
January 18 gave their payments to people who have birthdays between the 11th and the 20th of the month. Last but not least, January 25 rolled out payments to people who have birthdays between the 21st and 31st of the month. There are people who get both Social Security and Supplemental Security Income, they have different schedules than those who just received their SS payment. They get their SS payment on the third day of every month and the SSI on the first day of each month. These dates change if those days fall on a weekend, usually earlier than planned. If you have not received your payment, the SSA recommends that you wait 3 shipping days. If you still haven’t received it, please call 800-772-1213 to speak to a representative who can help you with your case.