Archive for the ‘Roth Solo 401K’ Category

What is a True Self-Employed 401k Plan?

November 6th, 2017

The IRS approved solo 401(k) Plan, also known as a Self-Employed 401(k), has been used by hundreds of thousands of small businesses for over 30 years. However, the scope of options available to Solo 401(k) Plan participants is determined based on the plan documents. To this end, most financial institutions that offer Solo 401(k) Plan […]

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Why Choose an IRA Financial Group Solo 401k Over Fidelity

August 24th, 2017

The Solo 401K Plan, also known as the Individual 401K or Self Directed 401K Plan is an IRS approved plan that was designed specifically for the self-employed or small business owner with no employees other than the owners(s). Since the adoption of the 2002 Economic Growth and Tax Reconciliation Act, the Solo 401K Plan has […]

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Tax-Free House Flipping with a Solo 401k

June 21st, 2017

Since the creation of the Solo 401(K) Plan back in the early 1980s, the IRS has always permitted a Solo 401(K) Plan to purchase, hold, or flip real estate.  By using a Solo 401(K) Plan, also known as a self-directed 401(K) Plan or Individual 401(K) Plan, to buy real estate, you will be able to […]

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IRA Financial Group Vs. Wells Fargo Solo 401k Plan

April 18th, 2017

The Solo 401K Plan, also known as the Individual 401K or Self Directed 401K Plan is an IRS approved plan that was designed specifically for the self-employed or small business owner with no employees other than the owners(s). Since the adoption of the 2002 Economic Growth and Tax Reconciliation Act, the Solo 401K Plan has […]

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What Are the Advantages of the Roth Solo 401k Plan?

December 7th, 2016

The Roth Solo 401K Plan is the ultimate tax-free retirement solution for the self-employed. With federal and state income tax rates expected to increase in the future, gaining the ability to generate tax-free returns from your retirement investments when you retire is the last surviving legal tax shelter. With a Roth Solo 401K you can […]

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Are All Individual 401k Plans the Same?

October 26th, 2016

When it comes to determining what type of 401(k) qualified retirement plan is best for a self-employed individual or small business owner with no employees, it is important to look at all the options the plan provides to make sure it will satisfy your retirement planning, tax, and investment goals. Most financial institutions offer Solo […]

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Advantages of the Self Directed 401(k) Plan

July 6th, 2016

A Solo 401K Plan also called a Self-Directed 401K offers a self employed business owner the ability to use their retirement funds to make almost any type of investment tax-free, including real estate, on their own without requiring custodian consent. Additionally, a Self-Directed 401K Plan will allow you to make high contributions to the Plan […]

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With a Solo 401k Plan – Make High Contributions, Borrow up to $50,000, and Use Your Retirement Funds to Invest in Almost Anything

June 9th, 2016

In 1981, the IRS formally described the rules for 401k Plans. The Solo 401k Plan is an IRS approved type of qualified plan. The Solo 401k plan” is not a new type of plan. It is a traditional 401k plan covering only one employee. The plans have the same rules and requirements as any other […]

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Does IRA Financial Group’s Solo 401(k) Allow for Roth Contributions?

April 27th, 2016

Yes. IRA Financial Group’s Solo 401(k) Plan allows participants to elect to treat contributions under the plan that would otherwise be elective deferrals as designated Roth contributions. For this purpose, an “elective deferral” is an employer contribution to a  401(k) plan that is excluded from the participant’s gross income only because the 401(k) plan is […]

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Roth 401(k) Conversion and Rollover Questions Answered

March 30th, 2016

Can I convert a 401(k) Plan to a Roth 401(k) Plan? Yes. The Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, signed by President Obama contained a little-known provision, which went to affect on Sept. 27, 2010, allowing for the conversion of a traditional 401(k) or 403(b) account to a Roth in the same plan if their […]

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