I realize you have a question about social security. My goal is to help you better understand your options.
How are you?
Your S Corp earnings will only apply to the salary portion of your pay - the rest is considered a 'dividend' and is not earned income. If your gross is $24,000 you could reasonably pay yourself the earnings limit. However, if you grossed $50,000 to $100,000 or more, it would not be "reasonable" to pay yourself the minimum, and if the IRS reclassified some of your income as wages then you would run afoul with SSA too...but in your situation, that's won't be a problem since your earnings will be a "reasonable" amount of your gross
second, your pension and annuities do NOT count towards your earnings limit - they are unearned income.
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