Social Security Automatically Sends $687 Payments as an Increased COLA of $1,657 Arrives.

When an adult or child with a disability or blindness has income and resources that fall below particular financial criteria, the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays them a monthly benefit.

Last month, approximately five million people received Supplemental Security Income (SSI) checks. The program is intended to assist seniors, as well as disabled adults and children.

SSI payments are also granted to adults over the age of 65 who are not disabled and who meet the necessary financial requirements.

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It comes at a time when Social Security cheques for up to $1,657 have been distributed to seniors across the United States.

Every month, on the fourth Wednesday of the month, benefits are distributed to persons who were born between the 21st and the 31st of the month.

The cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) rise of 5.9 percent, which took effect on January 1, has resulted in an increase in Social Security benefits.

It was the largest COLA hike in approximately 40 years, and it means that checks will see an average $92 increase, from $1,565 to $1,657, on average.

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