In June, Americans received their first Social Security Supplemental Income paycheck, 

And they'll get another by the end of the month.

Checks for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are usually mailed on the first of every month. 

The most recent check was mailed on June 1.

Additionally, 33 states have offered boosts beyond the $914 federal check.

The benefits vary by state, but New York offers an extra $87 for individuals or 

$104 for couples, while Alabama couples can receive an extra $120. 

Payments are not sent on weekends, and July 1 is a Saturday. Therefore, the next payment will drop on June 30.

Working while claiming Social Security benefits

The disadvantage of claiming Social Security before your full 

Retirement age is that your benefits will be reduced if you earn too much money.

In some cases, you may be able to retire at 66 or 67, depending on what year you were born.

A person earning more than $19,560 in 2022 will have $1 withheld for every $2 over that limit.

The Social Security Administration deducts $1 for every $3 

You earn over $51,960 in the year you reach full retirement age.

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