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To receive any kind of social security benefit — retirement, disability, dependents, or survivors — the person on whose record the benefit is to be calculated must have accumulated enough work credits. a person can earn up to four work credits per year, and anyone who works full time, even at a very low-paying job, easily accumulates them. ask the social security administration for a copy of your social security statement to see how many work credits you have accumulated.

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