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This is an update of one of my popular posts Small Business Retirement Plans – SEP-IRA vs. Solo 401(k) revised to reflect contribution limits for 2015.
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This is an update of one of the most popular posts on this blog Small Business Retirement Plans – SEP-IRA vs. Solo 401(k) revised to reflect contribution limits for 2015. As a business owner it is up to you to save for your own retirement. Both of these vehicles can be good choices depending upon your situation. You work hard and deserve a solid retirement. Please start a retirement plan for yourself and your family, or if you have one in place make sure you fund it.
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