You can contribute up to $66k to your Solo 401(k) and take huge tax deductions.
For those looking to get the most out of their retirement savings, the Solo 401(k) is the best option currently available. Those who qualify for the Solo 401(k) can contribute up to $66,000 annually (more if you're 50 or older) and invest in any asset allowed by the IRS, all while not paying an arm and a leg in fees.
Enjoy customizing your retirement portfolio with the assets you care about. From crowdfunding and real estate to farmland and gold, if the IRS allows it, you can invest in it.
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A Solo 401(k) plan is the perfect retirement account for small business owners and self-employed individuals. This...
A Solo 401(k) is a retirement plan that can be used by the self-employed. If you're self-employed and looking to set up...
In order to be eligible for the Self-Directed Solo 401(k) account, you must be self-employed and have no full-time employees. Further eligibility requirements and exceptions may be found here.
Up to $66,000 ($61,000 in 2022) of tax-advantaged retirement dollars are allowed if you choose to maximize your personal and company contributions. Learn how Rocket Dollar can help you capitalize on these contributions.
The Self-Directed Solo 401(k) allows for loans. The loan option allows you to borrow from your own retirement funds, up to 50% of the plan value or $50,000, whichever is less. Solo 401(k) holders may use loans to pay off personal debt, fund a business, or use as the holder sees fit. If you’d like to take a loan from your 401(k), simply fill out the loan application we provide you on your Dashboard.
Rocket Dollar can open a Self-Directed Solo 401(k) in 2–4 weeks or 2 weeks with Rocket Dollar Gold.