May 27th, 2014
401k plans are defined in the Internal Revenue Code (Section 401) as retirement savings trusts. A 401(k) Plan is an IRS approved qualified retirement plan. As the name implies, the Solo 401(k) plan is an IRS approved qualified 401(k) plan designed for a self-employed individual or the sole owner-employee of a corporation. It works best […]
February 24th, 2014
When looking to establish a solo 401(k) Plan it is imperative that one works with tax and ERISA experts who understands the rules and regulations surrounding the adoption, maintenance. With IRA Financial Group, you will work directly with tax attorneys and CPAs to help establish your IRS compliant solo 401(k) Plan. The Solo 401(k) plan […]
May 3rd, 2013
In general, an individual with an IRA is permitted rollover existing IRA funds to a new Solo 401(K) Plan. The IRA rollover can be in cash or in-kind assets, such as real estate or notes. The IRS allows IRA holders to rollover IRA funds and assets in a 401(k) qualified retirement plan. Note – Roth […]
May 3rd, 2013
In general, an individual with a self-directed IRA that owns real estate is permitted to transfer in-kind the real estate to the a new Solo 401(k) Plan without tax or penalty. The IRS allows IRA holders to rollover IRA funds and assets in a 401(k) qualified retirement plan. Note – Roth IRA funds cannot be […]
March 13th, 2012
A Solo 401K Plan offers a self-employed business owner the ability to make high contribution limits (up to $55,500) as well as borrow up to $50,000 for any purpose. In addition, a Solo 401(k) Plan allows a a plan participant to use his or her retirement funds to make almost any type of investment, including […]
August 15th, 2011
The difference between a 401K or Solo 401K PLan transfer and a rollover is a transfer is generally between IRA and IRA or for inter-plan transfers.
August 3rd, 2011
What many individuals are not aware of is that if they are permitted to roll over their 401(k) plan funds, they are not required to roll those funds directly to a Self Directed IRA or Solo 401K Plan.
May 27th, 2011
Transfer retirement funds such as a Traditional IRA, SEP-IRA, SIMPLE IRA, 401 K, 403b, and most other pre-tax retirement plans tax-free from your current custodian to any financial institution or credit union who can serve as your Solo 401K Plan custodian for no fee.