Social Secu­ri­ty update: May’s direct pay­ment worth $943 goes out in 28 days

Social Security update: May’s direct payment worth 3 goes out in 28 days

There are only four more weeks until the first of two Sup­ple­men­tal Secu­ri­ty Income pay­ments in May, worth up to $943 for indi­vid­ual fil­ers, goes out to mil­lions of ben­e­fi­cia­ries.
The first install­ment goes out in 29 days, on Wednes­day, May 1, to peo­ple with a seri­ous debil­i­tat­ing dis­abil­i­ty that results in a lim­it­ed income, accord­ing to the Social Secu­ri­ty Admin­is­tra­tion. 
A sec­ond install­ment will go out on May 30 and will replace June’s pay­ment because June 1 is on a week­end.
To qual­i­fy for the pay­ments, a per­son needs to be at least par­tial­ly blind or have a “phys­i­cal or men­tal condition(s) that seri­ous­ly lim­its their dai­ly activ­i­ties for a peri­od of 12 months or more, or may be expect­ed to result in death.”
The max­i­mum amount each fil­er can get depends on the cat­e­go­ry they applied for the pay­ment under. Peo­ple who live with SSI recip­i­ents to pro­vide them with nec­es­sary care can qual­i­fy for a smal …