Social Secu­ri­ty update: Direct pay­ment worth $914 arrives today

Mil­lions of Sup­ple­men­tal Secu­ri­ty Income ben­e­fi­cia­ries received Novem­ber’s only SSI install­ment from the Social Secu­ri­ty Admin­is­tra­tion on Wednes­day, mark­ing the first of such pay­ments since Sep­tem­ber.
The pay­ments are worth up to $914 for indi­vid­ual fil­ers and nor­mal­ly go out on the first of the month, but Octo­ber’s check went out in Sep­tem­ber because of a kink in the SSA’s sched­ule due to Oct. 1 falling on a week­end. This made two checks go out in Sep­tem­ber to ensure recip­i­ents were paid by the first of the month.
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In order to qual­i­fy for the pay­ments, recip­i­ents need to be at least 65 and meet cer­tain finan­cial require­ments. Some peo­ple under the age of 65 could still qual­i­fy for the pay­ments if they are at least par­tial­ly blind or have a phys­i­cal or men­tal dis­abil­i­ty that severe­ly lim­its their …