Social Secu­ri­ty update: Sec­ond round of direct pay­ments worth up to $4,555 arrives now

Retired seniors will receive a sec­ond wave of Sep­tem­ber Social Secu­ri­ty pay­ments on Wednes­day, which are worth up to $4,555 for those who retired at the age of 70.
The dis­burse­ments are part of three Social Secu­ri­ty pay­ments for the month, with Wednes­day’s pay­ments being for peo­ple born between the 11th and 20th of their birth month. Social Secu­ri­ty pay­ments begin on the sec­ond Wednes­day of every month, with each oth­er wave going out the fol­low­ing week. Sept. 20’s pay­ment is on the third Wednes­day of this month.
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A dif­fer­ent group of retirees, which con­sists of seniors who receive both Sup­ple­men­tal Secu­ri­ty Income and Social Secu­ri­ty ben­e­fits, senior cit­i­zens who retired before 1997, and retirees who live out­side of the coun­try, received their pay­ments on Sept. 7.
The max­i­mum pay­ment for each retiree depends on key fac­tors, such as the per­son­’s age at retire­ment, how much they paid into Social Secu­ri­ty, and how many years they paid into the pro­gram.
One of the la …