A solo 401(k) plan is often the retirement plan of choice for the owners of small businesses, when the only employees are the business owners. If you have a client who is currently using or considering whether or not to adopt a solo 401(k) retirement-plan, you should attend this program. During the program, we will cover the ins and outs of setting up and administering solo 401(k) plans—vital information that you need to know in order to effectively advise your clients.
- What is a solo 401(k) plan?
- Which businesses are eligible for a Solo-K plan?
- Setting up a 401(k) plan
- Why a small business owner should use the solo 401(k) retirement plan
- Advantages and disadvantages of the solo 401(k) option
- Selecting a plan trustee
- Contribution limits
- Form 5500 filing requirement
- Options to consider when a business is no longer eligible for a Solo-K plan
- Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the solo 401(k) plan option
- Learn how to set up and administer the solo 401(k) plan
Any tax practitioner wishing to know more about the solo 401(k) plan and its application to small business owners; and any tax practitioner advising clients with respect to the potential adoption of a solo 401(k) plan
Basic familiarity with tax rules relating to individual taxation