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SSDI Payment for April 2024: Will Your Money Come This Week? – CNET

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If you receive Social Security Disability Insurance, your April check might arrive tomorrow.
Find out when your April SSDI check will arrive.
Another round of April Social Security Disability Insurance checks is getting disbursed tomorrow. If you're not sure whether your SSDI payment will arrive this week, we can help you find out. 
There are four scheduled payment dates throughout April and two have already gone out. The day your payment comes depends on when you started receiving SSDI, as well as your birth date. If you don't get a payment by the end of the month, you may need to contact the Social Security Administration.
Below, we've listed the dates for when your SSDI money could arrive. Note that SSDI is paid on the same day as Social Security payments.
If you've been an SSDI recipient since May 1997 or before, your payment should arrive on the third day of every month.
There are exceptions. If the third day of the month falls on a weekend or holiday, you'll get your payment on the nearest business day. For example, March 3 fell on a weekend, so some SSDI recipients received their payments two days early, on March 1.
When your check arrives depends on your birth date and the year you started receiving SSDI money.
Payments for those who haven't been receiving SSDI since 1997 or before follow the same schedule as Social Security. Here's how it works:
Here's when your payment should arrive:
April 3: Payment for those who have received SSDI since before May 1997.
April 10: SSDI payment for those with birthdays falling between the first and 10th of any given month.
April 17: SSDI payment for those with birthdays falling between the 11th and 20th of any given month.
April 24: SSDI payment for those with birthdays falling between the 21st and 31st of any given month.
For more, here's how to get in touch with the Social Security Administration to resolve any questions or issues with your Social Security payments.

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