As a sole business owner, a Solo 401(k) allows you to pay yourself up to $53,000 as both an employee and an employer.
A SIMPLE IRA allows employees to save pre-tax and companies to make smaller contributions without the administrative requirements of a 401(k).
SEP IRAs can be a good option for sole proprietors or small companies seeking a plan that is flexible and simple to administer, with high limits on contributions.
A Safe-Harbor 401(k) plan provides a minimum level of contributions to all employees, freeing owners and highly compensated employees to receive larger profit-sharing payments.
A Defined Benefit Plan can help older owners of highly profitable businesses squeeze twenty years of savings into ten
A 401(k) allows high levels of employee pre-tax saving with the option for employers to make contributions, all professionally managed and administered.
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Enter a good time when a CFP® can reach you to learn about your financial goals and determine if Windgate might be your solution.
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