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Where to Open Your Solo 401K

I'm a huge fan of Solo 401Ks for self-employed physicians.  You can max it out ($52K in 2014) on less income than a SEP-IRA, you can get a Roth option in it, and you can still have Backdoor Roth IRAs...

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SEP-IRA VS Solo 401K

Sep-IRA vs Solo 401K If you work as an independent contractor, meaning you get a Form 1099 each pay period instead of a W-2, you're responsible for your own benefits, including a retirement plan.  You...

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