Q: Will getting llc for my sister jn law affect my social security benefits in texas
A: Registering an LLC for your sister-in-law should not have any direct impact on your Social Security benefits in Texas, as long as you are not using any of your own Social Security funds to start or run the LLC. However, it is always a good idea to consult with a Social Security attorney or advisor to ensure that you are not inadvertently putting your benefits at risk. There may be other factors or circumstances that could affect your benefits, so it is important to seek professional advice to fully understand your situation.
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