Social Security tax tips for the self-employed

“Without all the information and a thorough analysis, it is hard to know,” said Martha Shedden, president and co-founder of the National Association of Registered Social Security Analysts. “But considerations here are the couple’s individual life expectancies, future earnings, and if their positions in the company allow them to take advantage of a reasonable compensation analysis.”

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