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A Financial Advisor for the Self-Employed

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Want to increase retirement savings? AND reduce taxes?

Significant Savings

In 2024, those who are Self-Employed (or anyone with 1099 income) can save as much as $69,000 before taxes vs $23,000 in an employer's 401K plan.

Tax Talk

Any pre-tax saving reduces your taxable income by the same amount - as much as $69,000. Your taxes are lower by the amount you save multiplied by your tax rate.

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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, the Self-Employed and Individuals with 1099 income 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 $23,000, but you control the company contributions as well, up to a total of $69,000 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 $69,000.


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