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recipients can look forward to a big increase in this month’s check. On Tuesday, longtime SSDI beneficiaries will receive their first check for 2023. This check includes the 2023 cost-of-living adjustment, the modification the Social Security Administration makes annually to keep checks in line with inflation. When you get your money depends on two things: your date of birth and the year you first started receiving SSDI money.
SSDI follows a similar schedule to, unless you’ve been getting SSDI checks for several decades. We’ll explain below.
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If you’ve been an SSDI recipient since 1997 or before, your payment should arrive on the third day of every month.
There are exceptions, however. If the third day of the month falls on a weekend or holiday, you’ll get your payment on the nearest business day. For example, Sept. 3 falls on a Sunday in 2023, so beneficiaries receive their payments on Friday, Sept. 1.
There are no calendar exceptions for the January check, so recipients can expect their payment to come on Jan. 3.
Payments for those who haven’t been receiving SSDI money since 1997 or before follow the same schedule as Social Security. Here’s how it works:
The January SSDI payment includes the cost-of-living adjustment for 2023. Here’s when your payment should arrive, based on your date of birth:
Jan. 11: SSDI payment for those with birthdays falling between the 1st and 10th of any given month.
Jan. 18: SSDI payment for those with birthdays falling between the 11th and 20th of any given month.
Jan. 25: SSDI payment for those with birthdays falling between the 21st and 31st of any given month.
For more details, here’s. Also, here’s how to to resolve any questions or issues with your Social Security payments.