Does anyone currently utilize the self employed pension fund? I will be phased out of the Rother IRA and this looks like a way to invest a good percentage (up to 20%) of income before current year taxes? Any advice would be appreciated? I assume you're referring to a SEP-IRA. As the title states, you need to be self-employed in order to qualify. Depending on your self-employed income and how much you want to save, a solo 401k is also an option. The SEP-IRA is easier to setup and there is no ongoing paperwork requirements like there are with the solo 401k.If you're phased out the Roth IRA, you could just contribute to a non-deductible traditional IRA and then immediately convert to Roth. However, this tactic is typically only beneficial if you don't have other deductible IRA contributions.-Steph
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