Traditionally, the date of your Social Security payment corresponds to the day of the month you were born. Additionally, Supplemental Security Income is routinely disbursed on the first day of each month. We are going to review the data on the payments to be made in June and when the payments could reach the beneficiaries.
At present, payments are anticipated to proceed without interruption. However, there are growing concerns surrounding the potential consequences if the United States defaults on its payments due to the impending debt ceiling. In such an event, Social Security benefits and various other federal programs could be impacted.
When Can You Expect to Receive Your Social Security June Payment?
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments are typically disbursed on the first day of each month. However, if you fall into specific categories such as residing outside the U.S., receiving both SSI and Social Security benefits, having your Medicare premiums covered by your state, or having filed for Social Security benefits prior to 1997, your payment for June will be issued on June 3.
If your birthday falls between the 1st and 10th of your birth month, you can expect your June Social Security payment to be disbursed on the second Wednesday of June. For individuals whose birthdays fall between the 11th and 20th of their birth month, the June Social Security payment will be issued on the third Wednesday of June.
June Social Security payment
Lastly, for those whose birthdays fall after the 20th of their birth month, the June Social Security payment will be distributed on the fourth Wednesday of June. Moreover, if you receive benefits derived from someone else’s work record, such as spousal benefits or survivor benefits, your payment date will coincide with the primary beneficiary’s payment date, rather than being determined by your own birth date.
Additionally, in accordance with federal law, Social Security benefits and other federal benefits must now be electronically paid via direct deposit to your bank account or a Direct Express Debit Mastercard, with rare exceptions.
Although electronic payment methods help mitigate the risk of lost or stolen funds, occasional delays and other unforeseen issues may still arise. Should you experience a delay in receiving your electronic payment, it is recommended to reach out to your bank or financial institution first, as the delay might be attributed to their processing procedures.
In the event that the funds are indeed missing, lost, or stolen, it is crucial to promptly notify the Social Security Administration. They will assist you in reporting the issue and initiating the necessary steps to replace the missing payment.