Pricing, Products, and Refund Policy
FAQs and the Benefits of Self-Directing Retirement Accounts
Rocket Dollar Crowdfunding Campaign on Republic
Investing and Alternative Asset Classes
Self-Directed IRA (Traditional, Roth, or Beneficiary)
Self-Directed Solo 401(k) (Traditional or Roth)
- Self-Directed Solo 401(k) FAQs
- Opening a Rocket Dollar Self-Directed Solo 401(k) Account
- Structure and Titling
- Contributions and Contribution Limits
- IRS-Related Questions
- Rolling Over/Transferring Old Accounts
- Solo 401(k) Traditional Contributions
- Solo 401(k) Roth Contributions
- Solo 401(k) Loans
- Uncommon Questions
Self-Directing Retirement Compliance and Self Care
Partnering with Rocket Dollar
Fundraising with Rocket Dollar
Specific State Rules
Privacy, Security, Identity, and Fraud
When do I have to file IRS Form 5500-SF for the Self-Directed Solo 401(k)? What if I have two or more plans?
If the total combined assets of single or multiple Solo 401(k)(s) exceeds $250K, an IRS Form 5500-SF must be filed for each of the employer's one-participant plans.
Let's say you have more than one Solo 401(k). Separately, the balance in either plan is not above $250k but combined the plan balances are above $250k. Do I need to file a form 5500 for both plans?
The IRS has addressed this contingency. If a plan meets all the requirements for filing Form 5500-SF, and its total assets (either alone or in combination with one or more one-participant plans maintained by the employer) exceed $250,000 at the end of the plan year, Form 5500-SF must be filed for each of the employer's one-participant plans including those with less than $250,000 in assets for the plan year.
Why does Rocket Dollar use the Form 5500-SF? What about the Form 5500-EZ?
Rocket Dollar uses the Form 5500-SF when assisting customers because it can be filed electronically.
Both are similar documents that are shorter and easier to complete than the basic form 5500, which is usually used for Employer 401(k) plans with multiple common-law employees.