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Social Security Handbook Index: Letter Q

Excerpted from "Social Security Handbook". See the up-to-date, official Social Security Handbook at ssa.gov.

Q

Qualified employee discount, §1342

Quarters of coverage:

  • agricultural employment, §214
  • currently insured status, §206
  • disability insured status, §207
  • fully insured status, §§202-205
  • military service, special wage credits, §205, §210
  • minimum pay test, §1304
  • restrictions, §213
  • self-employment income after 1977, and before 1978, §215
  • self-employment income, allocating, §715
  • special age 72 payments, §211, §346
  • wages paid after 1936, §214

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