When you are self-employed, you have several options in tax sheltered retirement plans. Here are 3 key benefits of using a Solo 401(k), also known as an Individual 401(k):
- First, a Solo (k) allows deferred income at a much larger income percentage than through a Traditional IRA.
- Second, it permits loans from your plan. You have access to up to 50% of your account value up to $50,000, whichever is less.
- Finally, unlike a SEP IRA, a Solo 401(k) allows funding your account using either Traditional or ROTH options.
Consult a qualified adviser to discuss your specific circumstances. Not all qualified plans have the same provisions and an individual analysis is necessary.
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