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|Consider a SEP IRA if you:||Consider a SIMPLE IRA if you:|
- Earn most or all income from self-employment
- Are a sole proprietor or own a corporation with no employees
- Have less than 20 employees
- Have unpredictable business revenues that may not allow for mandatory contributions each year
- Don't expect employees to invest their own money
- Seek the easiest plan to administer
- Want the option to make potentially large contributions
- Have 100 or fewer employees
- Won't sponsor any other retirement plans in the same year
- Want to contribute to your own account as both employee and employer
- Have predictable business revenues that allow for mandatory contributions each year
- Expect employees to invest their own money
- Seek to avoid the administrative and regulatory requirements of 401(k)s
- Want to reduce your taxable income through pre-tax salary deferrals
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Asset allocation/diversification does not guarantee investment returns and does not eliminate the risk of loss.
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