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Self Employed 401k Calculator

How much can I contribute into a Self Employed 401k, SEP IRA, Defined Benefit Plan or SIMPLE IRA?

Using the retirement calculator you can calculate the maximum annual retirement contribution limit based on your income. Enter your name, age and income and then click "Calculate."

The result will show a comparison of how much could be contributed into a Self Employed 401k, SEP IRA, Defined Benefit Plan or SIMPLE IRA based on your income and age.

Note: If you are taxed as a sole proprietorship use your NET income when using the calculator. If you are incorporated, then use your W-2 wages when using the calculator

2017-10-30
Name
Yearly Income
Age        Plan Year 
Choose Your
Business Type
Sole proprietorship, partnership (or LLC taxed as a sole proprietorship)
S corporation, C corporation (or LLC taxed as a corporation)
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After utilizing the retirement calculator, you can read in-depth information about each of these retirement plans at the links below.

Learn more about the benefits of the Self Employed 401k

 

How Can BCM Help You?

Beacon Capital Management Advisors (BCM) is experienced in setting up retirement plans for our clients. BCM provides retirement plans to the self employed, freelancers, entrepreneurs, independent contractors and small business owners and is registered in 50 States. Complete the form below and a BCM Advisor will promptly respond to your inquiry.

 

Disclosures:

*The information on this page is for informational purposes only and does not constitute, and should not be construed as, professional, legal or tax advice. To determine your individual tax situation and specific needs, please consult a professional tax advisor.

*Information contained in these sections merely highlight some benefits. There are risks involved with all investments that could include tax penalties and risk/loss of principal.