Posts Tagged "SEP IRA"

Rollovers to a Solo 401(k)

There is never a bad time to give reminders on rollovers into a 401(k) plan.  There are many different retirement plans (e.g., IRAs, ex-employer’s 401(k) plans) that one can rollover into their Individual 401(k) plan.  And, when you keep in mind that a PGI SelfDirected one-participant 401(k) plan provides you the option of having a plan that can invest in traditional assets and non-traditional…read more →

Self-Employed? SEP vs. Solo 401(k) (Part 4)

In today’s post, we are going to try to save you some money…..yay!!  Here are two additional reasons why a qualifying candidate should seriously consider the Solo 401(k) over the SEP-IRA….and, it may just save you some money as well. No IRA Custodian Fees Yes, a great benefit of the Solo 401(k) is that is not required to be held through a…read more →

Self-Employed? SEP vs. Solo 401(k) (Part 2)

Solo 401(k) Participant Loans There are many financial planners who look at 401(k) participant loans with disdain.  They may advise that a participant never take a loan from their 401(k) plan.  In fact, many participants themselves may not want to take out participant loans. But, there is no doubt that the ability to access participant loans from a 401(k) plan…read more →

Self-Employed? SEP vs. Solo 401(k) (Part 1)

As a self-employed person who wants to self-direct their IRA or 401(k), the question may come up as to whether you should establish a self-directed SEP-IRA or Solo 401(k) plan. Self-directed or not and no offense intended, but most self-employed people after visiting with their CPA or financial planner believe that the SEP-IRA is better.  But is it?  OR, is it perceived as the…read more →

Rollover ANY Funds into Your Self-Adminstered 401K?!

Well, almost. While I have spoken about this before, it is interesting how I continue to receive questions related to what types (e.g., Traditional IRA, SEP-IRA, 457) of retirement funds CAN be rolled over into a self-administered 401K plan. I don’t mind….I don’t expect people to necessarily know this information and, as a result, some people believe that they can…read more →

Self-Directed IRA — LLC Asset Protection

For those of you who have done research on self-directed IRAs (Tradional IRA, Roth IRA, SEP IRA), you soon find the term IRA LLC. Why? Well, as an IRA must be “held” by an IRS-approved IRA custodian, IF the IRA account holder wants to secure fiduciary control (e.g., checkbook control) of the assets of the IRA, there has to be…read more →

Self-Directed IRA Plans — Which Ones can be Self-Directed?

The age-old question related to Self-Directed IRA plans….which ones can be self-directed? While there are some IRAs that, practically speaking, will not be self-directed, it doesn’t mean that they can’t be. You just don’t find it that often. Many folks just assume that if it is an IRA, only a Traditional IRA and a Roth IRA can be self-directed. In…read more →

Self-Directed IRA — Why an F May Be Better Than an A or a C!

Whether it be a self-directed Roth IRA, Traditional IRA or SEP IRA, learn why it might be important to you to save money on IRA custodian fees AND have full control of your IRA retirement plan and retirement savings. You see, in the world of self-direction, you typically have the options of utilizing a IRA Facilitator, IRA Administrator or IRA…read more →

My 401K — Qualifying for a Self-Directed 401K

Forget the terms Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, SEP IRA. Learn about how utilizing a self-directed 401K may be a great retirement planning tool in enhancing your retirement assets.  IRA rollovers, 401K rollovers and 401K contributions into the plan…not a problem.  Learn if you qualify for the plan and, if not, how you might be able to qualify for the plan.