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Schwartz Financial Associates, Inc

 

701 Route 73 North Suite 6, Marlton, NJ 08053

Phone: (856) 216-0390

 

Website: www.schwartz-financial.com

March/April 2019

Last-Minute Tax Break

If you are self-employed or own a business, a Simplified Employee Pension IRA (SEP-IRA) can be one way to minimize taxes and plan retirement.


A SEP-IRA Primer
This particular retirement account is well-suited for smaller businesses. That’s because qualified employees must be allowed to participate in the plan, to which employers make contributions.


Any employee who is at least age 21 and was an employee of your business in three of the last five years is eligible to participate in the SEP plan. You don’t have to contribute to the plan every year but when you do, everyone who qualifies must receive contributions, which immediately vest to employees.


The Total Package
A SEP-IRA is easy to set up and administer, with no tax filing required. It also allows larger contributions than most qualified retirement plans do. You have until your business’ tax filing deadline plus extensions to open and make tax-deferred contributions to SEP-IRAs for tax year 2018.


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