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Graham welcome back, talk to you then.Thanks.
Hi and welcome back to JA. Ray here to help.
If you are self-employed, you earn Social Security credits the same way employees do (one credit for each $1,220 in net earnings, but no more than four credits per year).
So you will need to claim income of at least $1,200 each quarter and file a
US federal tax return here.Then you receive credit for each quarter up to four in a year.
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Thanks again and good luck to you here.