401KsIBC Investments has teamed up with leading providers of 401(k) Plans who offer a turn-key full-service plan designed to meet the needs of small and medium-size businesses. Whether you are self-employed or a small business owner, there are a wide range of small business retirement plans designed to meet your specific needs. Our Small Business Comparison Grid lets you compare retirement plans side by side. These plans offer numerous benefits:
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|SEP IRA |
(Simplified Employee Pension IRA)
|Description||As a small business owner, you can make tax-deductible contributions.|| |
As a small business owner with no employees, you may be able to contribute more than with other types of retirement plans.
|Eligibility to Contribute||If you are a small business owner, you can contribute at any age.||If you are self-employed, a spouse, or a business partner you can contribute at any age.|
|Annual Maximum Contributions||As a small business owner, you are eligible for the following: |
2020 tax year:
Contribute up to 25% of your compensation or $57,000 whichever is less
|Contributions are funded from a salary. |
Deferral, profit sharing or a combination thereof.
2020 tax year:
Profit sharing: up to 25% of compensation or $19,500($26,000 if 50+ years of age)
Combination may not exceed $57,000
|Tax Deductible Contributions||Your contributions and your employees contributions are deductible from your company's federal taxable income.||Your contributions and your business partners contributions are deductible from your company's federal taxable income.|
|Earnings and Withdrawal Taxation||Tax-deductible contributions and earning are taxed as ordinary income when withdrawn.||Tax-deductible contributions and earning are taxed as ordinary income when withdrawn.|
|Premature Withdrawal Penalties||10% IRS early withdrawal penalty if withdrawn before age 59 1/2 unless an IRS exception applies- No penalties for 2020 if COVID-19 related.||10% IRS early withdrawal penalty if withdrawn before age 59 1/2 unless an IRS exception applies- No penalties for 2020 if COVID-19 related.|
|Required Withdrawals|| |
Must begin at age 72- 2020 is now optional.
|Must begin at age 72- 2020 is now optional|