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The first thing I note is that you have been collecting social security for less than a year. If feasible, you could renounce your early claim, repay SSA what you have received, and refile once you reach full retirement age. Then your benefit would go up permanently, and you could earn all you wish in other income. You would need to have other resources to draw upon, but it's an option.
Next is your side work. You could set up an LLC or corporation to take the income, and set up a loan account from it for your cash needs. The LLC or C corporation pays its own taxes, your social security benefit is not impacted, and you can claim the loan monies as I after full retirement age. Then, you pay tax on the income personally, and the LLC or C corp deducts the expense of paying you, which you can claim to get a refund of the LLC or corporate taxes paid earlier.
This allows you to work all you want, and claim the income later on.
You will want to have a tax pro to review my suggestion, and you will have the cost of establishing the entity and of the tax returns, but at least you can earn all you want to see you through. If you drive for Uber, you can deduct all your car expenses as mileage tax free, since the LLC or corp can pay you mileage to reimburse you. The corp gets the deduction, and you don't have additional tax income to report for that portion.
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