You'd like to offer some type of retirement plan. You've looked at several options including a 401(k) plan. You just aren't sure which option to choose. Have you considered a payroll deduction IRA or a Simple IRA?
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We are in the thick of tax season and many are questioning if they were able to find enough tax savings. This is a great time to start considering your savings plan for the coming year. Chances are your employees are thinking the same, so this is the time to educate them on opportunities this year.
The IRS has announced an increase in contribution limits for certain plans and we are excited. Here is what you need to know (and some food for thought):
Defined Benefit Plans: We’ve seen a few limit increases between 2018 and 2019. The limit in 2018 increased to $220,000 and to $225,000 in 2019. This can be a great plan for high earners, especially if you are self-employed!
Small business owners often find themselves in a difficult position when it comes to offering employee retirement plans. Lack of information and assumption can cost them the opportunity to give their employees the chance to have a valuable benefit that could end up serving the needs of the business quite well.
For business owners, there’s no shortage of retirement plan options, each with the capacity to accept larger contributions than individual or employee plans with commensurate tax advantages. Until recently, the default options for many business owners had been the Simplified Employee Pension (SEP IRA) or the Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE IRA) chosen in large part for their low cost and simplicity. However, for business owners in the right situation, the 401k plan is quickly becoming the plan of choice for its even greater capacity and flexibility.