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(it’s the same calculation): pdf. There are other limits, though they rarely come into play. The rest of the. You can still make employer contributions to your Solo k. Download/google the PDF from Fidelity called k-CWpdf and then do. In , the total amount put into a (k) by you and your employer can’t . [10/ 28/10] 3 [4/7/11] 4.

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Discussion in ‘Financial Planning’ started by Flip, Feb 2, I have a Solo k established in which case I can max out 46k this year. I believe I hit my limit of 46k when I make k for the year.

Is my understanding correct. I keep reading that if I ever decide to cs on another employee, I would need to offer the same plan to them.


This confuses me because for a couple of reasons. The way I understand that is that it is the employee that can choose how much of his salary he wishes to put into the retirement plan. Any clarification would be appreciated. Flip, Feb 2, Mark Bole, Feb 2, Mark Freeland, Feb 2, That was informative and I realize that it is never as basic as it seems.

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Let’s take the simple example from the worksheet that you referenced. The next part is Maximum Profit Sharing. Lesser of lines 7,8, and 9 Line No problem, I get that. Line 8 is where I have 09902 issue. Maybe there is a different form?

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