I realize you have a question about social security. My goal is to help you better understand your options.
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Yes, you can stay involved in your business, but you will be subject to the same earnings limitations as someone who is an employee is subject to.
If you earn $15,120 or more, your benefits will be reduced $1 for every $2 above that amount.
Social security considers your business profit your earnings. So, if your business earns less than $15,120 per year you can draw your entire check.
Above that, reduce your benefit $1 for every $2
Do you have any further questions?
We gross almost $450,000 per year but I can reinvest in the business, enough to show $15,000 proffit or less . Am I still ok like that.
It goes by your income that you report to the IRS
So, if you report net income of $15,000 or less to the IRS on your share of the profits, you're good
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