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SSDI Payment June 2024 Changes: Are you going to receive payment this week?

SSI recipients will receive both their SSI and SSDI payments on the first of each month.

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SSDI Payment June 2024 Changes: Millions of Americans rely on SSDI to fund monthly expenditures. Wednesday, June 19th, is a federal holiday commemorating Juneteenth. The SSA is distributing payouts a day early to people with birthdays between the 11th and 20th of the month. If you were born around that era, your SSDI payout will arrive in your bank account on Tuesday, June 18th.

The SSA operates on a consistent timetable for everyone else. If your birthday is between the 1st and 10th of the month, you usually receive your payout on the second Wednesday.

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SSDI Payment June 2024 Changes

If your birthday falls between the 21st and 31st, your payment will arrive on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Early May Filers: If you began receiving SSDI before May 1997, your payment date may change. In this instance, you are likely to get your benefits on the third of each month. SSI recipients will receive both their SSI and SSDI payments on the first of each month.

What happens if my SSDI payment is late?

Most SSDI payments are electronically paid to your bank account by 12:01 am on the specified date. However, if your money is late or missing, follow these steps:

  • Contact your bank: There might be a temporary issue on their end causing the delay.
  • Contact the SSA: If your bank isn’t to blame, call the SSA at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778) or contact your local office.
  • Paper Check Delays: If you are one of the few people who still receive paper checks, wait three business days beyond the estimated mailing date before calling the SSA for a replacement.

Knowing your birthday and the SSA’s payment schedule helps you estimate when your SSDI benefits will come each month. If you have any problems or late payments, please contact your bank or the Social Security Administration for assistance.

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