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  • Simplified Employee Pension Plans (SEPs)

    If you're a small business owner thinking about adopting a retirement plan, you should consider a SEP (simplified employee pension plan). A SEP allows you to make retirement contributions to traditional IRAs (SEP-IRAs) set up for yourself and each eligible employee. (If you don't have employees, you can adopt a SEP for yourself alone.) Your contributions are deductible from your business's income, and excluded from your employees' income. Virtually any business owner can establish a SEP.

  • Taking advantage of employer-sponsored retirement plans

    Employer-sponsored qualified retirement plans such as 401(k)s are some of the most powerful retirement savings tools available. If your employer offers such a plan and you're not participating in it, you should be. Once you're participating in a plan, try to take full advantage of it.

  • Understanding defined benefit plans

    A defined benefit plan (often referred to as a traditional pension plan) is a qualified employer-sponsored retirement plan that promises to pay you a specified amount at retirement. Although every employer's plan is a little different, defined benefit plans share certain characteristics. To make the most of your benefits, you'll need to read the summary plan description, which is provided by your employer and includes plan details such as information about vesting requirements and payment options.

  • What to do after you've been automatically enrolled in your company's retirement plan

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