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Retirement Planning for Real Estate Agents

Did you know you can set up a 401(k) for yourself as a self-employed individual? It’s true, and it’s also the option that allows you to set aside the most money into your retirement plan. Also known as a Solo 401(k), Solo-k, Uni-k, or one-participant k, a one-participant 401(k) allows you to take advantage of the fact that you’re both the employer and employee. This arrangement enables you to defer up to $53,000 per year: • $18,000 in elective deferrals (as the employee) • Up to 25% of your compensation as defined by the plan (as the employer)

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