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VIEWpoint Issue 2 | 2022
Social Security’s Future: The Problem and the Proposals
4 Tax Challenges You May Encounter if You’re Retiring Soon
SBA Releases Updated Standard Operating Procedures
If you’re self-employed, you may be able to set up a retirement plan that allows you to make much larger contributions than you could make as an employee. For example, the maximum 2014 employee contribution to a 401(k) plan is $17,500 — $23,000 if you’re age 50 or older. Look at how the limits for these two options available to the self-employed compare:
You don’t even have to make your 2014 contributions this year. As long as you set up one of these plans by Dec. 31, 2014, you can make deductible 2014 contributions to it until the 2015 due date of your 2014 tax return. Additional rules and limits apply, so contact us Doeren Mayhew Employee Benefit Plan specialist in Michigan, Houston and Ft. Lauderdale to learn which plan would work better for you.
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