I am completely disabled and need my medical provided by that. I also get $700 that does not come close to covering living cost in any way for a single mother. I can not show any additional income or can loose my insurance and without it I will die. So, I need to open a business without showing my SSN so that I can earn money , cash business checks, and not be in fear of loosing my life savings insurance. I currently have home nurse but I am an expert in my field and have been offered money for my opinion. I have considered to go off shore but want to know if there is another way. I don't mind paying taxes on the money I just don't want to loose what I need to stay alive.
Short answer: start a business (sole proprietorship). Check google for resources available to small businesses/start ups in Las Vegas (city or county website should help). Starting a business allows you to get a tax number (EIN, I think?) that you use in place of your SS #.
It sounds like you are asking us how to illegally hide income. That is not what we are volunteering our time to do.
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You should consult an estate planning/business lawyer to help find a legal way to achieve your objectives.
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