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Noncontributory Or Deemed Wage Credits The term 'Noncontributory Or Deemed Wage Credits ' as it applies to the area of Medicare in the United States can be defined as 'Wages and wages in kind that were not subject to the HI tax but are deemed as having been. Deemed wage credits exist for the purposes of (1) determining HI program eligibility for individuals who might not be eligible for HI coverage without payment of a premium were it not for the deemed wage credits; and (2) calculating reimbursement due the HI trust fund from the general fund of the Treasury. The first purpose applies in the case of providing coverage to persons during the transitional periods when the HI program began and when it was expanded to cover federal employees; both purposes apply in the cases of military service wage credits (see 'Military service wage credits' and 'Quinquennial military service determinations and adjustments') and deemed wage credits granted for the internment of persons of Japanese ancestry during World War II'.
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