*Due to rules of your state bar or mine, nothing herein is intended as legal advice, only intended as general information to better help yourself.*You can collect your full SSDI benefits and earn all you are able to earn for nine months. These nine months are called the Trial Work Period.Any month that you have Countable Income of $980 or more will count as one month in the Trial Work Period. The Trial Work Months do not have to be consecutive. If you earn less than $980 in a month, then it does not count as a Trial Work Month.Once you have used all nine months of the Trial Work Period, you will still receive your full SSDI benefits as long as your income does not exceed what Social Security calls Substantial Gainful Activity. In 2009, Substantial Gainful Activity is Countable Income that exceeds $980 per month.Here is more helpful information:http://www.ssa.gov/redbook/eng/overview-disability.htm
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If I have a Sole Propriatorship is any revenue considered income when I want to save alot of the money for growth of the company?
The excess of income over expenses would be considered income
Should it be a Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Corp., Etc.?
a corporation may be advisable as it can pay you a salary and save the balance of the money in a corporate account
What about dividends?
The dividends would be considered income
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What are you doing working on Sat night Labor Day weekend?
Same as everyone else -- I need the money :-)
I know what you mean. Thanks
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