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Maxed Out Your 401(k), What’s Next?

For most American workers and business owners, the first vehicle to save and invest in is your 401(k). The tax benefits and the typical company matching that offers free company money make a 401(k) a great place to save and invest for the long-haul. But what if…

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GOP Tax Reform and Retirement Accounts

Its official: We have tax reform. But, how does it affect your IRAs, 401(k)s, 529s, Coverdells, and other retirement and education savings accounts? Let’s break down what’s new, what was proposed and didn’t make it, and what stays the same. New Changes for 2018 There...

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Forbes Article on Complex Self-Directed IRA Rules

A recent article on Forbes by Bryan Ellis outlines the importance in making sure you understand self-directed IRA rules before you invest. Check out the excellent article and a quote from yours truly here. Also, Bryan has a significant amount of additional resources...

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4 Reasons to Ditch Your SEP IRA for a Solo 401(k)

If you are self-employed and use a SEP IRA to save for retirement, you should carefully consider moving those funds to a new Solo 401(k) (aka "Solo K"). Both SEP IRAs and Solo Ks are retirement plans commonly used by self-employed persons with no employees, such as:...

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