Retirement Plan Options


Smaller companies, partnerships and sole proprietors can establish plans to help their employees save for retirement. Individual Retirement Account-based plans are designed to be easy to create and maintain, and can be less expensive than other retirement plans.

Two popular types of IRA plans are:

A Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE IRA) is a flexible plan for small businesses in which employees can defer a portion of their salary and the employer makes a matching contribution. It is for designed for businesses of up to 100 employees.

A Simplified Employee Pensions (SEP IRA) is a retirement incentive plan in which  the business makes tax-deductible contributions on behalf of eligible employees, yet the employees do not defer an of their salary. It is designed for businesses with fewer than five employees.

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