Millions Set to Receive December Supplemental Security Income Payments: Double Payouts in 18 Days, Up to $914 for Individual Filers

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On Friday, December 1, the first wave of payments will be issued, followed by a second round precisely four weeks later, on December 29.

Millions Set to Receive December Supplemental Security Income Payments
Millions Set to Receive December Supplemental Security Income Payments ( Photo: Tododisca )

Millions of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients are poised to receive the initial two December Supplemental Security Income payments from the Social Security Administration

This dual payment arrangement is a response to a scheduling anomaly in the administration’s calendar, with the second payment serving as a substitute for January’s due to the holiday on January 1, and the weekend occurrence of December 30 and 31. Eligibility for these payments requires recipients to be at least 65 years old and meet specific financial criteria. Furthermore, individuals under 65 may qualify if they are partially blind or have a physical or mental disability severely limiting daily activities for a year or expected to result in death.

Children may also be eligible for SSI payments under similar conditions, including partial blindness or significant activity limitations due to physical or mental conditions. Additionally, children may qualify if their parents don’t receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits or if they have restricted income and savings.

The maximum payment amount depends on the method of filing, with individuals eligible for up to $914 per month, while eligible couples could receive a maximum of $1,371 in monthly payments

Essential persons providing necessary care to someone receiving SSI may receive up to $458 monthly. Though not every recipient will receive the maximum payment, personalized estimates can be obtained through the SSA’s calculator.

Anticipating an increase of 3.2% next year, the monthly benefit amount aligns with the administration’s projections. This percentage rise also applies to regular retirement payments, which, distinct from Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments, follow a separate schedule. Regular retirement payments can be received in conjunction with supplemental aid for qualifying seniors.

 

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