Which Americans get their next Social Security payment? New dates for $2,500 payments

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced the payment schedule for July, specifically for Group 2 beneficiaries who will receive their second payment of the month on July 10th. This payment may vary in amount, with a maximum of $4,873, although the exact amount will depend on individual circumstances.

To be eligible for this payment, beneficiaries must meet certain criteria. Group 2 SSA retirees are those who have an activated retirement after May 1997 and have a birthday between the 1st and 10th of any month. Beneficiaries who meet these criteria can expect to receive their July 10th payment directly into their account if they have set up Direct Deposit.

It is also worth noting that Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments are separate and are typically sent on the 1st of the month. However, these payments are compatible with the retirement benefit and will not affect the July 10th payment. All types of benefits, including age retirement, Disability, VA, and any other checks, will be sent on July 10th for Group 2 retirees.

In summary, if you are a Group 2 retiree and meet the specified criteria, you can expect to receive your July 10th payment from the SSA. If you are not in this group, your payment date may vary depending on your specific group. It is always a good idea to check the SSA’s payment schedule to ensure you know when to expect your payment.

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