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Supplemental Security Income Recipients to Get Extra $914 Payment in Rare Double Payout – Here’s Why!

Supplemental Security Income Recipients to Get Extra $914 Payment. (Photo: AS USA)

Supplemental Security Income Recipients will soon receive an extra payment of up to $914, a rare event caused by an oddity in the Social Security Administration’s calendar. The first payment was made on September 1, and the second, replacing the October payment, is scheduled for September 29 due to the calendar’s practice of issuing double payments when the next month’s first day falls on a weekend.

Supplemental Security Income Recipients to Get Extra $914 Payment. (Photo:

An Unusual Double Payment for Supplemental Security Income Recipients 

According to Washingon Examiner, Supplemental Security Income recipients are in for an unusual occurrence as they are set to receive a double payment due to a peculiar calendar quirk. This rare event will result in an extra payment for the Supplemental Security Income recipients of up to $914, replacing the regular October payment, just under four weeks after the initial payment disbursed on September 1.

The double payment occurs because the Social Security Administration issues two payments to Supplemental Security Income Recipients when the next month’s first day falls on a weekend.

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Understanding SSI Payment Rates and Eligibility Criteria for Supplemental Security Income Recipients

In an article, The Gazette stated that For Supplemental Security Income recipients, it’s crucial to comprehend the payment rates and eligibility criteria. The payment amount varies depending on individual circumstances. For individual filers, the rate can go up to $914 per month, while eligible couples may receive up to $1,371 monthly.

Essential persons living with Supplemental Security Income recipients, providing them with necessary care, are eligible for a monthly payment of $458. To qualify for the Supplemental Security program, individuals must be 65 or older and meet specific financial requirements.

Those under 65 may also qualify if they are partially blind or have a physical or mental condition significantly limiting daily activities for at least one year or resulting in death.

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