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A few factors to consider:

Employees - do you have any? What are their ages?
Yourself - How old are you? Your age, relative to your employees (if any) are factors necessary to determine the most advantageous type of plan.
How much do you want to (or can afford to) put away? - This again is a factor in having someone determine the best course of action.

I'm an enrolled actuary specializing in defined benefit plans NOT trying to drum up business. I would be happy to offer some suggestions if you want that you can take to your CPA. He or she would probably have some local contacts for you to use.
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