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I am 57 and I am taking care of a 79 year old lady who doesn't have any family. I was not working at the time can I get my ss for caring for her.

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Assandache, that's my point as well. Unless deductions were made, I don't see how any credits could accumulate for that work. Or perhaps the OP paid into the SS system herself.
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How can you receive SS at 57? Were you paying into it?
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I am an unpaid caregiver can I get SS credits for taking care of my 87 year old?
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Were any funds withheld and paid to the federal government by her or her accountant or attorney during the time you were employed by her?
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I agree with comment above. Contract her for information.
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Yes you can!! Contact her tax person with your request and they will give you the necessary info. My mom just died a few weeks ago and I was the one who handled Social Security for her caregivers (I was one of the caregivers and I gave my info alongside the others). Feel free to contact me if you have further questions.
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