Hi, thanks in advance for any help. I have just filed for my Social Security. They tell me that the maximum amount of money that I can make from my job is $21,000.00 per year without a penalty on my Social Security benefit. On the phone they told me that is the maximum I can have in gross W2 wages. I am the owner of an S-Corporation that I work for. When the corporate taxes are completed each year there is a Schedule K form that shows company profits distributed to shareholders (me). Will that count as income that will effect my Social Security? How about other sources of income such as stock dividends or interest on savings? Thanks again!