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As a Small Business Owner, What Are Your Retirement Plan Options?

Being self-employed gives you a certain measure of freedom, but it definitely doesn’t give you an out on skipping on something as important as saving for retirement. There’s an argument that it makes putting money away that much more critical, because unlike an employee who might have access to a 401K, you’re on your own. […]

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Qualified for Both? SEP IRA vs Solo 401K

Both the SEP IRA and the Solo 401K are self-employed retirement plans. They can be established by legal entities (in this context, often S corporations) or they can be established by individuals that have self-employed income. That self-employment income generally must come through a sole proprietorship or through a limited liability company (LLC) that is […]

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What is a SIMPLE IRA and Who’s Eligible to Open One?

The SIMPLE in SIMPLE IRA stands for “Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees.” This retirement savings plan is a type of traditional IRA that is geared towards self-proprietors and small business owners. Unlike SEP IRAs, where only the employer can make contributions, employees are allowed to contribute part of their pre-tax compensation to their SIMPLE […]

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Know Your Retirement Accounts: Simple IRA, SEP and Solo 401K (Updated)

Being aware of the different types of self-employed retirement accounts that are available to you is important to get the most out of your retirement and retirement planning. The accounts that are available to most employees are your typical IRA and 401K with Roth and Traditional kickers. However, your account options are much more plentiful […]

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A Simple Explanation of a SIMPLE IRA

A SIMPLE IRA stands for Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees, it’s a type of retirement account for small businesses, and for people who are self-employed. It works like a Traditional IRA, where your contributions grow tax-deferred. When it comes time for retirement, your distributions are taxed as normal income. SEP IRA vs. SIMPLE IRA […]

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