The Social Security Administration has just paid out the first Social Security Disability Insurance check today for May to insurers who have been receiving subsidies since 1997 or prior and will be continuing to do so throughout the month.
The SSDI follows a schedule alike to Social Security payments except for people who have been receiving payments for decades. It depends on the birth date of the person and the year of commencement of payments.
People who have been receiving SSDI payments from 1997 or prior, may expect their checks every month by the third day. However, if the third day falls on a holiday or weekend, the person may expect it by the next working day.
Schedule Of SSDI Payment Conditional On Date Of Birth
For people who have not been receiving SSDI checks from 1997 or prior follow a similar schedule to Social Security depending on the date of birth of the person. In the case of a person whose birthday is between the 1st to 10th of a month, that person may expect payment on the second Wednesday of the month; if the birthday falls between the 11th to 20th of the month, then payment will be on the third Wednesday; and if the birthday is between 21st to 31st of the month, payout will be on the fourth Wednesday of the month.
People whose birthdays fall between the 1st to 10th of a month will receive SSDI checks on the 10th of May. For people with birthdays between the 11th to 12th of the month, on the 17th of May; and people with birthdays between the 21st to 31st of a month on the 24th of May.