Supplemental Security Income, otherwise known as SSI, and a $1400 fourth stimulus check. I have all the details and what you need to know right here in the topic, so let’s get right into it. All right Now. This is very common Receiving SSI as well as many other benefits. Including Social Security Retirement SSDI Survivors, VA, And RRB. Wondering if we’re going to receive a fourth stimulus check in the amount of $1,400 if you receive some of these fixed income benefits. Now, that’s a great question and exactly what I want to focus on right here in the topic for you.
I’m doing all the research each and every day, breaking it all down into these short topics as your one and only daily advocate. And I truly want to help you out in any way that I possibly can by keeping you updated with what’s going on and helping you grab as much money, benefits, programs, checks, and anything else we possibly can during this very busy time as things continue to be introduced and all of these new programs continue to hit the table.
Discuss all the details that many of you have been requesting down in the comments section and let you know where we currently stand with a fourth stimulus check, whether the amount is one $1400, $2,000, or whatever it also happens to be. So I want to get into it and discuss all the details. Now, if you’ve been reading the topics here on the site for any length of time, you know it has been a very busy time, especially over the last couple of months here with all of these new proposals hitting the table, and especially as of recently, with this new trillion-dollar package that’s currently on the table right now. So again, here we go down the road once again discussing all the details of another reconciliation bill. What is it going to include?
What’s going to be in there for the people? All kinds of different things continue to surface, right? I mean, I’m right here with you. I’m doing all the research on this stuff and continue to watch everything. And literally, every day that I come back and do all this research, I’m thinking, seriously, what else is possibly going to pop up today?
Right? Just when we thought we’d heard it all, there’s something else that comes up. So let’s get into it and talk about all those details. However, a full disclaimer before we get into it any further. As of right now, a $1,400 for a stimulus check or a fourth stimulus check in any amount as of right now has not been approved.
Okay? I want to make that very clear so that nobody down in the comments section says, you said it was supposed to be delivered. No, I didn’t. As of right now, a fourth stimulus check has not been approved yet. However, who knows what Congress has up its sleeve with this next trillion-dollar package that they’re currently working on.
I have a weird suspicion they are not telling us all the details on this thing because they want to spend another trillion dollars and we only have a little fraction of what they actually want to do in this package. Again, I’m not here to lead anybody on. I’m not here to say that for sure, we’re going to get another check or we’re not. But again, if you want to read the topic for a while now, you know my stance on this. I would not be shocked one bit to see another check.
Now am I thinking of $1,000, $2,000, $1,000? Again, it’s anybody’s guess at this point. However, let me answer that question for you. When it comes down to another check, a fourth simulation check, again, whether it’s $2,000, $1400, $2,400, $1,000, or a penny, whatever it happens to come down to in the event that Congress actually does approve something, then yes, by all means, 100%, you will be included to receive that check. Now I get it.
As I’ve talked about in previous topics, and as all of us know as fixed income beneficiaries, often we are forgotten about, right? There are so many times that different packages are approved, different money benefits, all kinds of different things are approved. And then they come up with all the details and sure enough, we’re not included. We’ve been there, done that. We’ve talked about it many times now.
We’ve all been down this road before. It gets to be very discouraging. And honestly, it just gets really annoying when all of a sudden they talk about all these great things that they want to do, and then at the end of the day, we’re not included, right? So, yeah, we completely understand how this goes, Right.
Let me give you a quick example. Right now, there are about 14 to 20 different states. And again, depending on the different charts that you look at, regardless, there are between 14 and 20 states right now that are sending out either tax rebates, tax credits, stimulus checks, all kinds of different things that they’re calling them on the state level for all these millions and millions of different residents across the entire country. Unfortunately, the vast majority of these checks are not getting out to fixed-income beneficiaries. They’re going out into the pockets of those people who file a tax return.
And that’s it. Well, you probably know as well as I do, the vast majority of fixed income beneficiaries do not file a tax return. Because if you’re getting fixed income benefits, generally your income is low enough where you typically don’t need to file, again, not tax advice in any way, shape or form. I’m just simply saying this is typically what happens with fixed-income beneficiaries. As a result of that, many of these states are not sending out stimulus checks to all these fixed income beneficiaries, including California, the biggest distribution of these checks alone, 23 million people are going to get the checks, but not fixed income beneficiaries.
Again, it’s incredibly annoying, right? So this is just a couple of examples, but in the event of a fourth stimulus check, as in distributed by the federal government, just like we saw over the last couple of years, here the check back in early 2021, $200. You got that one as an SSI beneficiary, the check back in late 2000, and $2600. Yep, you got that one as well. And again, the check-in early 2021, $400.
Again, yes, you are approved for that one. So my point is, in the event of another check, whether again it happens to be $2,000.01, $400, or any amount, it doesn’t really matter. The amount, that does not matter. In the event of another federally funded, as in stimulus check from the federal government, yes, SSI beneficiaries would be included. Unless they have some weird clause written into the bill that says everybody gets a check except for SSI, I highly doubt that’s going to happen, but I guess there’s always a possibility for something, but I just highly doubt that that would be in there.
So I’m just simply saying in the event of another check, then yes, 100%, you would be included. And again, like I’ve said in previous topics, if you’ve been watching for a while now, you know my stance on this. I would not be shocked one bit to see somebody come out and introduce a highly focused check for specifically fixed income beneficiaries, that’s it not everybody, but rather just fixed income beneficiaries. Because I continue to see report after report after report coming out talking about the elderly, fixed income beneficiaries, people with disabilities, seniors, everybody right now who’s living on a fixed income, really struggling because the purchasing power of your dollars that you’re getting from your fixed income benefit continues to deplete day after day after day with all this rapidly rising inflation. So again, I wouldn’t be shocked at all to see that.
But at the end of the day, do I know for sure if it’s going to come or not? I don’t know. I have no clue what’s in the minds of Congress. And realistically, I don’t think I want to get into the mind of Congress. I’m just being real with you right now, okay?
I don’t want to get into that level of mindset. All I want to know is are we going to get something for the people and I want to know how quickly can we get it, because people are struggling right now. I see the comments down below. The struggle is very much real right now and every single day, week, and month that goes by, it gets harder and harder, right? So again, I’m here for you in any way that I possibly can be.
I’ll keep you updated with everything going on. Share the topic with your friends, family, and social media and go back and check out some of the other thousands of topics. And for those of you that have been wondering about this question, I hope this gives you further clarification on a Ford stimulus check as well as in the event another one is approved and or actually announced. Would you be included?
Again, of course, I have no idea what would be written in the legislation, but at the end of the day we can look at history and say that the last three stimulus checks that were distributed since early 2020 all included SSI Beneficiaries. I guess with the exception of some Beneficiaries because of maybe adult dependents or some of these other unique types of situations in those events, then yes, maybe you didn’t get it, but the vast majority of Beneficiaries, yes, 100% did get the checks. So I hope that helps to answer the question a little bit more clearly.
Thank you so much for reading. Enjoy and I’ll catch later.