Full Calendar Of Social Security $1,907 Checks In July

By Elena Cordelia

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Full Calendar Of Social Security $1,907 Checks In July

The Social Security Administration (SSA) sends out millions of payments every month to help retirees, survivors, and people with disabilities. These payments are crucial for many, so it’s important to understand how they work and when you can expect to receive them.

How Payment Dates Are Determined

Social Security payments are scheduled based on the recipient’s birth date to ensure that payments are spread out throughout the month. Here’s how it works:

  • Born between the 1st and 10th: Payments are issued on the second Wednesday of the month.
  • Born between the 11th and 20th: Payments are issued on the third Wednesday of the month.
  • Born between the 21st and 31st: Payments are issued on the fourth Wednesday of the month.

Special Cases for Payment Dates

There are exceptions to the regular schedule for certain beneficiaries:

  • Retirees who began receiving benefits before May 1997, those who live abroad, and SSI beneficiaries: Payments are made on the first of every month.
  • Recipients of both SSI and other Social Security benefits: SSI is paid on the first, with other benefits following on the third of the month.

If the scheduled payment date falls on a weekend or a federal holiday, payments are made on the prior business day to avoid delays.


Example Payment Schedule for July

Here is the Social Security payment schedule for July:

  • Monday, July 1: SSI beneficiaries, those who started receiving payments before May 1997, and Americans living abroad.
  • Wednesday, July 3: Beneficiaries who started receiving payments before May 1997 and also receive SSI.
  • Wednesday, July 10: Beneficiaries born between the 1st and 10th.
  • Wednesday, July 17: Beneficiaries born between the 11th and 20th.
  • Wednesday, July 24: Beneficiaries born between the 21st and 31st.

How Much Money Will You Receive?

The amount of Social Security payments varies based on individual circumstances. Here are some average figures:

  • Retired Worker: Approximately $1,907 per month.
  • Couples Filing Jointly: Approximately $3,303 per month.

The maximum benefits are higher:

  • Retiring at Age 62: Up to $2,710 per month.
  • Full Retirement Age: Up to $3,822 per month.
  • Retiring at Age 70: Up to $4,873 per month.

Increasing Your Benefits

Most workers won’t receive the maximum amount, but there are ways to increase your benefits:

  • Work for more years: Your benefit is based on your highest 35 years of earnings.
  • Earn more: Higher lifetime earnings result in higher benefits.
  • Delay retirement: The longer you wait to claim benefits (up to age 70), the more you will receive each month.

SSI Payments

For Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients, the average monthly payment is:

  • Individuals: $943 per month.
  • Couples: $1,415 per month.

These amounts are adjusted annually based on the Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) to keep up with inflation. In 2024, the COLA increased by 3.2%.


Understanding when you will receive your Social Security payments and how much you can expect is essential for financial planning. By knowing the payment schedule and factors that affect your benefit amount, you can better manage your finances and ensure you receive the maximum benefits available to you.


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Elena Cordelia

Elena is a seasoned tax consultant with a decade of expertise in income tax management. Graduating with top honors in Finance, she embarked on a career journey focused on simplifying tax complexities. Elena's insightful articles on thecsc.org provide practical guidance to taxpayers.

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