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|Subject: Re: SEP LIMIT for Year 2000||Date: 12/18/2000 8:15 PM|
|Author: ptsurmr||Number: 43058 of 121219|
I've got my own S-Corp - I found somewhere on the net that the contribution limit for SEP's is 25,500 = 15% of 170,000.
Can you guys verify this?
I can verify it. However don't take my word for it. Get Form 5305-SEP(Rev. 1-2000) from www.irs.gov. In this newly revised version you will have official verification.
I quote from this form:
The SEP rules permit
you to make an annual contribution of up to
15% of the employee's compensation or
$30,000*, whichever is less. Compensation,
for this purpose, does not include employer
contributions to the SEP or the employee's
compensation in excess of $170,000*. If you
also maintain a Model Elective SEP or any
other SEP that permits employees to make
elective deferrals, contributions to the two
SEPs together may not exceed the smaller of
$30,000* or 15% of compensation for any
* This amount reflects the cost-of-living increase effective January 1, 2000. The amount is adjusted
annually. The IRS announces the increase, if any, in a news release, in the Internal Revenue Bulletin,
and on the IRS's Internet Web Site at www.irs.gov.
Cat. No. 11825J Form 5305-SEP (Rev. 1-2000)
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