50 States Ranked By Monthly SSD Payments

monthly SSD payments in all 50 states

Before applying for Social Security disability (SSD), many people want to know what to expect in terms of a monthly payout. Even though your specific payment depends on your work history, monthly SSD payments by state range from $1,289.30 to $1,089.75, on average. The highest amount of money an individual can draw in monthly SSD payments is $2,788 per month. Supplemental security Income (SSI) benefits max out at $750 per month.



Average Monthly SSD Payments for All 50 States

According to the SSA’s most recent Annual Statistical Report, here are the 50 states in ranked order by average monthly SSD payments:

1. New Jersey – $1,289.30

2. Delaware – $1,248.29

3. Nevada – $1,231.96

4. Connecticut – $1,220.65

5. Arizona – $1,215.54

6. Maryland – $1,215.09

7. Michigan – $1,212.27

8. New York – $1,203.73

9. California – $1,203.20

10. New Hampshire – $1,202.55

11. Hawaii – $1,198.89

12. Illinois – $1,192.00

13. Colorado – $1,189.53

14. South Carolina – $1,189.24

15. Washington – $1,188.52

16. Florida – $1,186.13

17. West Virginia – $1,183.43

18. Virginia – $1,181.71

19. Indiana – $1,177.21

20. Pennsylvania – $1,174.58

21. Massachusetts – $1,174.57

22. Georgia – $1,173.53

23. North Carolina – $1,169.97

24. Wyoming – $1,169.80

25. Utah – $1,169.14

26. Oregon – $1,168.17

27. Wisconsin – $1,163.21

28. Minnesota -$1,161.72

29. Alaska – $1,156.55

30. Texas – $1,152.20

31. Alabama – $1,149.84

32. Kansas – $1,147.60

33. Rhode Island – $1,145.79

34. Kentucky – $1,145.18

35. Idaho – $1,144.13

36. Tennessee – $1,140.87

37. Missouri – $1,140.75

38. Ohio – $1,130.62

39. Louisiana – $1,127.13

40. Oklahoma – $1,126.43

41. Mississippi – $1,117.26

42. Arkansas – $1,115.23

43. Iowa – $1,113.87

44. New Mexico – $1,110.31

45. Montana – $1,103.96

46. Nebraska – $1,103.50

47. Vermont – $1,101.77

48. North Dakota – $1,095.04

49. Maine – $1,094.55

50. South Dakota – $1,089.75

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