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Under SSA and benefits while still working and under full retirement age,
Income counted toward the Earnings Limit would include:
Ministry Salary, Honoraria, Housing Allowance, Parsonage Rental Value, Social Security allowance paid by the church, other secular work income or any other income from work.
Income not counted toward that limit includes:
Interest and dividends, Pensions, IRA’s, TSA’s or Annuities, any rental income and capital gains.
Payment for ministry expenses such as automobile mileage, meals, entertainment, books, seminars, etc. also do not count.
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