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Can you receive additional wage credits for military service after 1967?
If you are/were a member of the uniformed services, you may receive additional wage credits (also known as deemed wages). These credits are in addition to your basic pay. (See §953.)
Last Revised: Nov. 5, 2003
- Can you receive wage credits for military service before 1957?
- Deemed Wage Credits After 1956
- Noncontributory Wage Credits Based on Military Service Before 1957
- Are noncontributory wage credits granted for military service with a foreign country?
- Under what circumstances are veterans NOT eligible for noncontributory wage credits?
- Do your credits based on military service before 1957 count toward disability?
- Social Security Handbook Index: Letter Q
- Definition of Military or Naval Service of the U.S.
- Effect of Discharge Under Dishonorable Conditions
- Social Security Handbook Index: Letter V
- Member of the U.S. Uniformed Service
- Are interns in the U.S. during World War II granted wage credits?
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