Social Security is going to pay older people a new COLA check in the next few weeks, with older people whose birthdays fall in a certain range getting it first.
Over the next few weeks, more than 64 million Social Security retirees will get more money. Each person will get an average of $1,657.
In 2021, the average monthly remuneration for retired employees was $1,565 a month, which is a big change.
People born on January 1st to January 10th will get their first adjusted check on January 12th.
Checks will be sent to anyone born between January 11 and January 20.
It will start on January 20th and end on January 26th. Checks will be sent to people born at the end of the month.
Checks will be sent to people who have birthdays at the beginning, middle, and end of each month on the second, third, and fourth Wednesdays.
The Social Security Administration Has Sent Out the Payment Schedule for 2022
To make payments for December 2022, they will have to be made
- December 14th, second Wednesday
- Wednesday, December 21st
- Wednesday, December 28th
Social Security Disability Insurance benefits for people with disabilities would go up 5.9%. (SSDI). The average monthly benefit for disabled workers will go up by $76 from $1,282 to $1,358, or $76 a month.
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From now on, a typical couple’s benefits will go up by $154 a month. Their benefits will go up from $2,599 to $2,753.
Wait three more days before calling the Social Security Administration if your payment hasn’t arrived by the due date. Based on what the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says, benefit changes are linked to changes in the Consumer Price Index.