Old age Sassa grant payments for September and October 2021
What can you expect from your old-age Sassa grand payments? And, when can you collect your payment during September and October 2021?
People who have collected their South African Social Security Agency grand payments know by now how much and when they can expect their payments. However, what about those that have applied for their grand payments for the first time? You don’t need to worry; we are giving you all the essential information about the old-age Sassa grand payments.
The amount old age people get from Sassa
Each year, the grand of old aged people are changing. Most of the time, it increases with a small percentage. However, it doesn’t really make a huge difference.
Each age group is getting a different amount. Meaning that how older you are getting, the more your Sassa grand payment will be. Currently, for people younger than 75 years the maximum amount that you will get is R1 780 per month. For people older than 75, the payment will be R1 800.
This is currently the amount that old age people are getting during 2021. From March or April 2022, the grand payment will increase by a small amount again and these amounts mentioned will change.
Different methods of payments you can choose from
Another important thing that you need to know when applying for Sassa grand payments is what the payment methods are that you can choose from. Many people think that there aren’t options and that you need to collect them at the Sassa offices. This is actually not the truth.
You can choose between three payment methods. The first is the most common option for most people. To cash it at a specific Sassa pay point on a particular day.
The second method is an electronic deposit into your bank account. This also includes Postbank if you don’t have another bank account.
The third option is an institution not funded by the state. In most cases, this will be the old age home where you live. You just need to make sure that your old age home is offering this service before you choose this as an option.
When you can’t collect your Sassa grant
This might happen that you can’t collect your Sassa grant yourself. This doesn’t mean that you will not be able to get your money for the month. There are just a couple of things that you need to do beforehand.
You will need to appoint a Sassa official or give someone power of attorney to collect the grant on your behalf. Meaning that you are basically giving written permission to collect the money for yourself.
Another thing that you should remember is that when you are using your bank account to get your grant deposited, you are going to pay banking fees canceltimesharegeek.com. And, because of the small amount of money you are getting, you need to make sure that you pay as little banking fees as possible.
Sassa grant payments from September 2021 to March 2022
It is always a great thing to know when the Sassa grant payments will be made. Especially in advance so that you know when you need to make arrangements to collect it. These are the Sassa grant payments from September 2021 to March 2022.
- September 2021: 5th September
- October 2021: 3rd October
- November 2021: 1st November
- December 2021: 4th December
- January 2022: 4th January
- February 2022: 3rd February
- March 2022: 3rd March
Sassa grand or also known as South African security Agency grand payment is normally a payment for the older generation. For people from the age of 60 years. The maximum amount that you can get when you are younger than 75 is R1780, and after the age of 75, you will get R1800. You can collect it yourself, let it be paid into your bank account, or collect it at your old age home. Now, you will have a much better understanding about the Sassa grants and when the payments will be made from September 2021 to March 2022.
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