Supplemental Security Income payments, better known as SSI, are set to go out to millions of Americans next week.
The maximum payments are worth $841.
The payment schedule is different from retiree Social Security payments.
The schedule is similar to people collecting Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, prior to 1997.
Payments are sent on the first of every month except when the first lands on a weekend or holiday.
If you started collecting SSDI after 1997, your payment is sent based on your date of birth.
SSDI recipients can see as much as $3,333.
Their last payment was on May 25 for those who had birthdays landing between the 21st and 31st of any given month.