Supplemental Security Income checks are mailed in time to be delivered on the first of each month. If the first of the month falls on a weekend or a legal public holiday, payment is delivered on the last business day bef... More »

According to Grant Thornton, the Canada Revenue Agency issues goods and services tax, or GST, checks four times a year. It is a quarterly disbursement released to eligible Canadian residents in January, April, July and O... More »

Supplemental Security Income disability payments are paid on the first of every month, unless the day is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. In those cases, SSI is paid the day before. More » Business & Finance Financial Planning

As of 2014, a person is eligible for Supplemental Security Income if he is a U.S. citizen or in a certain alien category and has limited income and resources. In addition, he must be older than 65, blind or disabled. More » Government & Politics Social Services

Under the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) rules, individuals can work and continue to receive monthly SSI benefits. The Social Security Administration’s “work incentive” rules actually encourage blind, and disabled SS... More » Government & Politics Social Services

People who are eligible for Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, include those who are disabled, blind, or over the age of 65 who have limited income or resources. SSI is only available to U.S. citizens and legal reside... More » Government & Politics Social Services

To qualify for Supplemental Security Income, a person must be blind, disabled or at least 65 years old, and meet many additional requirements, according to the Social Security Administration. Only poor U.S. citizens and ... More » Government & Politics Social Services