or Simple IRA. These self employed retirement plans are popular because they offer high annual contribution limits and some plans permit loans.
Examine the features of these retirement plans to determine which plan is appropriate for you. Learn more about Self Employed Retirement Plans.
Self employed individuals who would like to make a retirement contribution in excess of the limits of the Traditional or Roth IRA usually select either
the Solo 401k, SEP IRA, Defined Benefit Plan or Simple IRA. These self employed retirement plans are popular because they offer higher
contribution limits and some plans permit loans.
A Keogh Plan is another self employed retirement plan option. Prior to the 2001 EGTRRA law, defined contribution Keogh plans were a popular
choice for self employed business owners. This law change made a Solo 401k or SEP IRA advantageous compared to a Keogh plan for many self
To find out which plan would be most beneficial for you and/or your employees please contact us.
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