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Agree with Donna,
SEP IRA max is way to go. Sub S gives you some bankrupty and "I'm gonna sue you" protection was well as other things.
But I don't think you can do Kellogg which has tons of paperwork but gives you greater amounts to set aside. But kellogg is really for those having net income of over $100K or really $200k.
But for you it looks like SEP is the way to go. You can invest for 1999 up until you file your return or April 15,2000, but I think you must establish the SEP by Dec 31,1999. Or within the Tax year.
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