IT'S FINAL! $1,400 Stimulus For SSI and SSDI | Stimulus Check For Social Security Seniors 2021 - 2022

IT'S FINAL! $1,400 Stimulus For SSI and SSDI | Stimulus Check For Social Security Seniors 2021 - 2022


Hey, everyone, welcome to our website and presenting the biggest update for Social Security, SSI, SSDI, and Bea recipients. A $1400 emula's check letter is finally sent to the Congress. And in this article, we are going to tell you each and everything about this huge development. So if you are waiting for some money, then please don't miss any part from this article. And remember that we are going to write another article that will allow you to get a $15,000 personal loan with no credit check at all.

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Three, two, one. Let's go. So before moving forward, we have another good news for you. Yes. Do you know that a number of lawmakers and senators are now pushing for a monthly stimulus check?

Yes, you heard it, right. A stimulus payment every month. And we would like to ask you this very important question. Do you support this $2,000 monthly stimulus check for every adult and independent until the pandemic ends? Or would you be satisfied with only one time $2,000 stimulus payment?

Please let us know in the comments below. What do you think about it? And what is your opinion about it? And if you are a Social Security recipient means you receive Social Security benefits in the form of SSI Ssdivanrb. Then how much raise you would like to see in your monthly benefits?

It should be $200, $300, $400 or $500. Please let us know in the comments below. What do you think about it? And what is your opinion about it? Because always remember your opinion matters the most.

Now it's the time to give you the biggest update to all these seniors. Social Security SSI Ssdiva recipients? Yes. Advocacy group proposes one time one $400 payment for Social Security recipients. Yes. If you are a Social Security recipient, then buckle up because this $1,000 stimulus payment is finally on the table. And in this video, we are going to give you every detail that you deserve to know. Yes. Let us know in the comments below if you support this $1,000 payment just for Social Security recipients. Well, our senior advocacy group is reaching out to leading members of Congress to support a one-time $400 Social Security stimulus payment.

Yes, you heard it right. $1,400 Social Security stimulus payment to help older Americans overcome financial difficulties caused by inflation and the ongoing pandemic. Again, this is a very important question. Let us know in the comments below. Do you support this one?

$400 stimulus only for Social Security recipients such as people who are disabled, people who have low income and people who are receiving SSI SSDI, VA, RRB benefits. Let us know in the comments below. Moving on with the topic. The Senior Citizen League, a nonpartisan group that advocates for senior benefits, announced on his website last week that Chairman Rick Delany sent letters to congressional leaders proposing the stimulus payment. Yes.

Now we are going to tell you and read the letter that this TSCL actually wrote to the Congress. But before going there, we would like to tell you that our website has one of the biggest and strongest community of the people who are the recipients of Social Security SSI, Ssdivarb and food stamp benefits, as well as those people who aren't interested in stimulus payments, child tax credits, bonus stimulus payments, federal benefits, no credit check, personal loans, and no credit check credit cards. So if you are interested in anything from this list, then please click on the subscribe.

Now, let's move on with the topic.

In the letter, Gelani noted that his organization has heard from thousands of seniors who have exhausted their retirement savings, started eating only one meal a day, started cutting their pills in half because they cannot afford prescription drugs. Let us know in the comments below. If you are in these similar situations, well, these are just a few of the drastic steps so many have had to take because of what inflation has done to them this year, Delany wrote, adding that many seniors believe our government has forgotten about us.

Let us know in the comments below. If you believe the same thing.

If you believe that, yes, the government has forgotten about you, let us know in the comments below. What do you want to see and when it comes to the monthly benefits, how much raise you would like to see in your monthly benefits? Again, it should be at least $200 or a $500 monthly rate would be beneficial for you. Let us know in the comments below. What do you think about it and what is your opinion about it?

Moving on, there are several reasons why a one $400 stimulus check for Social Security recipients it is still greatly needed even with the Cola increase. Yes, Johnson wrote in an email to go banking rates. For one thing, she said, a large percentage of Social Security recipients are in financially fragile circumstances. Let us know in the comments below if you agree with it. Moreover, roughly 43% of those responding to our online survey that they have no retirement savings, Johnson said of the people who do have savings or service found that 50% of those responding said their retirement savings had not coward to the prepondemic value as of December 31, 2019, despite the big run up in the stock market later in 2020 and the first part of 2021, when our survey was conducted so let us know in the comments below, if you have any questions and we will be happy to answer each and every question of yours and remember that we are going to write another article which will allow you to get a $15,000 personal loan even if you receive any sort of Social Security benefits.

Thank you so much. We will see you in the next topic.

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  1. Yes there should be another stimulus payment for social security recipients and all the people on ssi,ssdi,VA and anything else I missed those are the people who need it most.

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    1. I believe that they couldn't care less about us we seniors they have seperated us in this whole pandemic problem nursing homes with no visitors, homes that we are in being locked in. People died all around me in the facility that I lived in we were locked in our families could not come in and check on us our friends lied dead in their apartments for who knows how long no one checked on them until they were known to be missing. I moved out of there because I was diagnosed with Cancer 3 different ones also had to have heart surgery and was not to be left alone and they threw my person out that was there with me to keep an eye on me so that just goes to show you they couldn't give 2 shits about us it cost me all that I had to move out of this place and more that I didn't a load that I have to pay so of course another stimulus could greatly help

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    2. I too feel as though, the elderly, sick, disabled, has been totally forgotten. Our prices have went up so much just the same as everyone else, but it seems as though no on cares. Just the cost of fuel for heat over 3.00 a gallon for gas to heat our homes, praying someone out there gives us some relief. There is a lot of people who get no help, who have to pay for their medicare, who are more poor than many who get less money, because they get help with food, with heat, with electric, with phone and internet. It is the group next to them that is really hurting and hurting bad right now, and no one seems to care about them. Praying someone out there will care enough to send these people a stimulus check each month if possible while this panademic is going on. My husband has cancer, blockage several places that needs surgery but is unable to have the surgery, he has severe ensephlema, his nose on one side is totally collapsed, he can only breathe out of one side of his nose, he needs surgery but is not a surgical candidate, he has a 24 year old st. jude mechanical aorta valve and reimplanted arteries from a ruptured aorta, he lost his spleen to a biopsy, he has prostate cancer, he has bone rubbing on bone in his right knee and unable to have surgery due to risk of blood clots and bleeding. He lost vision on both sides due to three strokes. We have no one to help us get him to the doctors office, he is high risk of catching covid, his hearing is poor, it is only by the grace of God he is still going. He is a Veteran and has no help. It is people like this who need the stimulus check each month. He has house payments, car payment, high price of food and gas, high electric, high cost of phone and internet, tv service keeps going up on lowest package. I pray they will consider this stimulus for us. I too am severely disabled and unable to work.
      I just lost my Mom, and I am in deep grief. I pray someone will read this and let the people higher up know how we are hurting out here.
      I almost lost my Son and his family to covid. He is unable to take the shots, he took one and it almost killed him. Please help our family. We are not having Christmas this year, we are not able.

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    3. The elderly have always been left behind and forgotten. Its a sad commentary considering we all get old and most can expect to be forgotten because they didn't have the education to be successful so they should do what ? live in poverty ? Get kicked out of the places they have lived their whole lives because the bills go up and their checks raise $8.00 per year while the cost of living goes up alot more than $8.00 !!! We send BILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO OTHER COUNTRIES FOR MEDICAL AND FOOD AND FREE THINGS AND OUR OWN UNFORTUNATE PEOPLE GET NOTHING !!! Thats enough

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    4. I am >90% Disabled from a Hemorragic Stroke of 19 years ago, and have been unable to work in all this time. Having been active within The American Stroke Association, I can tell you-there are many people in my condition, who appreciate the Monthly SSDI Monies we receive. But, this is barely enough to get by and manage our lives.The $2,000 Monthly Stimulus Money would give us a chance to get back to where, we were before our lives were interrupted so drastically.

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  2. Looks like us seniors are getting the run around..and we are basically the voters that put everyone in office ..now we are set aside to suffer. It's unfair..remember we will vote again if we are still living..think about all us senior votes you are forcing to change our views on our government..SHAME ON YOU

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  3. YES TAKE CARE OF SENIORS AND VETS WE NEED TO SURVIVE AS WELL

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  5. yes $2,000 a month ,just print the money, instead of giving it away over seas

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  6. According to another site, there won't be a stimulus check for Social Security recipients. Also, the rise in cost for Medicare Part B will eat up the COLA for those getting the lowest monthly benefits amounts. https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/retirement/will-social-security-beneficiaries-get-a-fourth-stimulus-check/ar-AARGBKE

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  7. YES WE SENIORS ARE FORGOTTEN. THEY SHOULD GIVE SENIORS A $2000. CHECK AND THEN GIVE US EXTRA $5OO. A MONTH. FORGOTTEN UNTILL THEY WANT MONEY AND GO IN TO THE MONEY THAT TAX PAYERS HAVE PAID IN OVER THE YEARS AND STILL PAYING THIS IS OUR MONEY NOT MONEY FOR CONGRESS TO BE DEEPING INTO, WHEN EVER THEY HAVE SPENT TOO MUCH MONEY.





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  8. I believe even a $400 check would help a lot of us who are over 65 to help with our prescriptions and bills, and a $500 check and a monthly $2000 check would help a long way, especially with the heating bills from this horrible winter and all the high gas and food prices. We've paid most the years of our lives into the system, and it's about time the system started to help us. The government and those people who make hundreds of thoudands of dollars a year should try to live off what SSI provides, and maybe they would have a better understanding of what we are going through.

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