Want to increase retirement savings? AND reduce taxes?
In 2023, those who are Self-Employed or Independent Contractors can save as much as $66,000 before taxes vs $22,500 in an employer's 401K plan.
Any pre-tax saving reduces your taxable income by the same amount - as much as $66,000. Your taxes are lower by the amount you save multiplied by your tax rate.
We can help establish your account and manage its assets according to the plans and goals you establish considering your overall household portfolio.
By using a Solo 401K or SEP, Independent Contractors and the Self-Employed are uniquely positioned to save almost three times as much as the average W-2 employee.
- What is a Solo 401K? Like a traditional employer 401K, a Solo 401K allows you to make personal contributions up to $22,500, but you control the company contributions as well, up to a total of $66,000 combined, based on your income level.
- What is a SEP? A Simplified Employee Pension allows the company you control to contribute 25% of your compensation to your SEP IRA, up to $66,000.
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