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Should it be an SEP or a 401K...something for the small business or a compensation plan for the firm with many employees?  We've got the answers!

SEP Plans
Preferred by small businesses, a simplified employee pension (SEP) plan is essentially a company-sponsored individual retirement account (IRA). Any employer, whether a corporation, partnership or a self-employed individual may establish an SEP. This gives the employer the opportunity to contribute a percentage of each eligible employee's compensation directly to the employee's IRA.

401K Plans
Many of today's competitive compensation packages for larger businesses include a 401K plan which permits employees to defer a portion of their wages on a pretax basis. A 401K frequently features an employer matching provision for the business to contribute to the plan equal to (a certain percentage of) the employee's contribution.

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