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According to the Social Security Administration schedule, the first of three rounds of June Social Security payments will be sent, with a maximum of $4,555within 16 days.
Payment will be made on June 14, the second Wednesday of the month, and will be sent to people who were born between the 1st and 10th of any month. Payments are made regularly on the second, third and fourth Wednesday of each month.
The next payment will be sent to retirees on June 21, one week later. This payment will go to people born between the 11th and 20th of any month.
The last round of payments will be made on June 28, coinciding with the last Wednesday of the month. This payment will be intended for those born after the 21st of any month of the year.
The amount of money each beneficiary receives depends on their age at retirement.
Beneficiaries who choose to retire at age 62 can receive a maximum of $2,572, those who retire at age 67 can receive a maximum check of $3,627, and those who choose to delay their retirement until age 70 can receive the larger payment of $4,555 per month.
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