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No June social security payments due to double payments last month

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June is here, bringing warmer weather, but no Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments. This is because recipients received two payments in May, on the 1st and 31st, due to Social Security Administration scheduling rules.


SSI payments are typically issued on the first day of each month, but if that falls on a weekend or holiday, the payment is sent the previous business day. Since June 1 was a Saturday, the June payment went out on May 31. The next SSI payment will arrive on July 1. This pattern will repeat later this year, with no payments in September and another double payment in November.

Regular Social Security benefits are not affected this month, except for those who receive their payments on the third Wednesday, which coincides with the Juneteenth holiday. Those payments will be issued on Tuesday, June 18. The Senior Citizens League projects a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) under 3% for 2025, the lowest since the COVID-19 pandemic.



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