Americans with disabilities will soon see payments worth $841 for individuals and $1,261 for eligible couples collecting SSDI.
This increase is happening due to the 5.9% increase in COLA.
The average monthly payment will rise by around $76 for those collecting SSDI.
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SSDI is a form of income to help replace income a person received before they became disabled and unable to work at the same level they could before.
SSDI beneficiaries can expect an average payment of $1,358 per month in 2022, while individuals on SSI can expect $841. Couples collecting SSI can expect $1,261.
Anyone receiving SSI should have received their first check or payment on Dec. 30, 2021.
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SSI goes out on the first of each month, but due to Jan. 1, 2022 being a holiday, it went out early.
The Social Security Administration sent notices to individuals in Dec., but if they did not get them they can check their Social Security account online.
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