SSDI Payment December 2023: Eligibility Criteria for Receiving Benefits on the 3rd Wednesday of the Month

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Approximately 11 million Americans are depending on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) to ensure they have enough food on their tables and gifts under their Christmas trees this holiday season. In this article, we will delve into the eligibility criteria for individuals who are set to receive the upcoming SSDI check. Stay tuned for more details.

According to the Social Security Administration, recipients of SSDI checks can expect their payments to be disbursed on the second, third, and fourth Wednesday of every month. In this particular case, the third Wednesday of December happens to be the 20th of the month, just a few days prior to Christmas.

Individuals whose date of birth falls between the 11th and the 20th of each month can anticipate receiving their check on December 20. According to reports, beneficiaries whose birthdays fall between the 1st and 10th of the month have reportedly received their payment on December 13. Meanwhile, individuals born between the 21st and 31st are expected to receive their payment on the 27th, as per sources.

It has been revealed that there exists an exception to the aforementioned rule. However, this exception only applies to individuals who began receiving their SSDI benefits prior to the date of May 1, 1997. According to the provided information, individuals can expect to receive their checks on the 3rd day of each month.

Individuals who are recipients of both Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits can expect their SSDI check to be delivered on the 3rd of each month, while their SSI check will arrive on the 1st.

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The eligibility criteria for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) are as follows:

In order to access the SSDI benefit, individuals must possess an adequate number of work credits. The required amount is contingent upon factors such as the individual’s age and the specific timing of the disability’s onset.

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