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    401k set up
    Has anybody set up a 401k from their LLC? Im looking to set one up but have no clue what companies offer this for a sole prop LLC.


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    Most financial institutions offer retirement plans for sole proprietors. There are several choices. 401(k) is only one option. You really need to decide which type of retirement plan fits your needs. Some require more administration than other. A lot depends on how much you want to save, if you have employees, and other issues.


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    Quote Originally Posted by uncklefester View Post
    Has anybody set up a 401k from their LLC? Im looking to set one up but have no clue what companies offer this for a sole prop LLC.
    There are many options for 401k's. Make sure you do your research before jumping right into one.


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    It's quite a big sum, hope you could find the right industry.


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    Purchase good micro duct floating itís critical to look at the quality of protective sheathing. The fiber optic itself is very thin and fragile and can easily be damaged when handled roughly. A good choice will have a fairly thick sheathing that is also resistant to the elements.


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    I've never heard of it.


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    ecide How Much to Contribute.
    Get a 401(k) Match.
    Consider a Roth 401(k).
    Scrutinize Autopilot Settings.
    Pick Diversified 401(k) Investments.
    Keep 401(k) Costs Low.
    Balance Retirement Saving With Other Expenses.


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    Process for Open Enrollment for a 401(k) You can build a sizable nest egg if you take part in your company's 401k retirement plan. Whether you are new to the firm or an existing employee, you can sign up for the 401k plan during open enrollment. ... Many firms schedule an enrollment period at the end of the year


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    very nice forum lots of informative content here


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    Decide how much to contribute.
    Get a 401(k) match.
    Consider a Roth 401(k).
    Scrutinize autopilot settings.
    Pick diversified 401(k) investments.
    Keep 401(k) fees low.
    Balance retirement saving with other expenses.
    Roll over your 401(k) when you change jobs.


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