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|Subject: Re: Retirement Funding without 401K or Roth||Date: 3/9/2012 12:01 AM|
|Author: ptheland||Number: 70315 of 75401|
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Then you are not eligible for the solo 401k or other retirement plans mentioned up-thread.
The only tax-deferred option is an IRA - Roth or traditional depending on your income and preferences.
You can also achieve some tax deferral by planning to hold any stock or mutual fund purchases for many years. Until you sell, there's no tax on the increase in value. And if tax laws stay the same as they are now (which is a really big IF), those gains are taxed at a lower rate.
There's nothing preventing you from saving for retirement in ordinary accounts.
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