Waiting for your Social Security payment? Before the month of February begins, the entity that manages the payment of pensions has prepared a new payment for all those enrolled. The start date of this new schedule is February 2nd, so it won’t be long.
If you are one of those who are interested in knowing if you received your corresponding payment this Friday or if you have a family member who is a pensioner who needs to know that information, this note is for you, because today we detail who will be paid that day and how much money on average This is what American citizens receive.
BENEFICIARIES PAYING ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2
According to the usual Social Security schedule, the people who will collect their pension on Friday, February 2, are those who submitted their retirement application before May 1997, the deadline set by the entity to determine the retirement date. .
In other words, all those who retired before May 1997 will receive their pension money this Friday, February 2, which is the first pensioner to receive payment.
HOW MUCH MONEY DO RETIREES GET?
According to publications, such as La Opinión, the retirees who receive their money this Friday the 2nd will receive, on average, 1907 dollars, but this amount may be more or less, depending on the age at which they request the their retirement, the contribution period, your work history, and other factors.
FEBRUARY PENSION PAYMENT DATES
- Friday February 14: retired after May 1997 and born between the 1st and 10th of any month of the year.
- Friday, February 21: retired after May 1997 and who was born between the 11th and 20th of any month of the year.
- Friday, February 28: payment to retirees after May 1997 and who were born between the 21st and 31st of any month of the year.
HOW MUCH MONEY DO RETIREES RECEIVE FROM SOCIAL SECURITY?
- Retirees at age 62 receive a maximum payment of $2,710.
- Retirees at age 67 receive the maximum payment of $3,822.
- Retirees over age 70 receive the maximum payment of $4,873.