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We offer small business retirement plans for small business owners and their employees.

Simplified Employee Pensions (SEPs) can be easy to set up, with low administrative costs. Contributions are tax-deductible, with higher contribution limits than many other retirement accounts. These plans are great for sole proprietors and self-employed professionals.

Savings Incentive Match Plans (SIMPLE IRAs) allow employers to contribute to traditional IRAs for their employees. Employees can contribute as well. These plans are often best for employers who aren’t currently sponsoring another retirement plan.

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Any employer can set up a SEP, including self-employed professionals who don’t have any employees aside from themselves.

Any employer with a maximum of 100 employees with $5,000 or more in compensation during the previous calendar year can set up a SIMPLE IRA plan. That includes businesses, self-employed professionals, tax-exempt organizations, and governmental entities.

Yes, you still open a SEP if you also have other retirement accounts.

For example, some people are self-employed and also have a job with another employer. In this case, you can set up a SEP for your self-employment income, even if you already have a 401(k) or other retirement plan through your other employer.

You can also contribute to both a SEP IRA and either a Traditional IRA or Roth IRA in the same year. However, keep in mind that there are limits for deductible contributions, and you will need to meet the income limit requirements for your accounts

For SEPs, the employer must make all contributions. This means that self-employed professionals can contribute to their own SEP accounts, but other employees cannot.

For SIMPLE IRAs, employees can make contributions to their own accounts, in addition to the contributions from employers.

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