Customized Solo 401(k) Plan for Real Estate Professionals

May 16th, 2013

In 2002, the Economic Growth and Tax Reconciliation Act granted the solo 401(k) equal benefits to a traditional 401(k), greatly popularizing the plan. The flexible retirement plan quickly gained widespread praise and recognition– mainly for its substantially higher contribution limits, which include employee deferral contributions as well as profit sharing contributions. For 2012, the maximum […]

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Eliminating the Middle Man with a Solo 401K

July 11th, 2011

Solo 401K plans have been designed for the self-employed business person and their spouse who have no full-time employees. Contributions to the plan are tax deductible like other self-directed IRA accounts, and the funds are considered to be assets that are intended to grow without being taxed directly as income or capital gains until you withdraw the funds from the account.

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The Self Directed 401K with Checkbook Control

June 15th, 2011

A Self Directed Solo 401K Plan is ideal for sole proprietors, small businesses and independent contractors such as consultants, doctors, accounts, lawyers, and realtors

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The Importance of an IRA: Gain control over your investments

June 15th, 2011

As you get older, you start to invest in your future, either with a retirement fund, buying a house, or purchasing other assets. Have you tried to make an investment and have something hold you back because you found out that you really were not in control of your IRA or retirement plan? Now you no longer have to worry about that. With the solo 401k plan, self-directed IRA, Self Directed Roth IRA, and Self Directed IRA real estate, you have the control of those decisions. These decisions can be made when you want, tax-free, and without custodian consent.

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Benefiting From A Solo 401(k)

June 1st, 2011

A solo 401(k) is another investment option for those looking to accumulate wealth for retirement. It allows you to invest in anything including real estate much like a self directed IRA real estate. The proceeds remain tax deferred until you withdraw the money. With a solo 401(k) the owner has control of the checks written […]

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