The IRS has pushed back a major SECURE Act 2.0 provision that would require high earners to make catch-up contributions in Roth until 2026.
The majority of investments you make with a Solo 401(k) plan will not be subject to tax. This is the beauty of investing in a
You must submit IRS Form 5500-EZ if your Solo 401(k) plan asset exceeds $250,000. IRA Financial Group explains reporting requirements and instructions.