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Author: misterph Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121351  
Subject: Re: SEP vs Keogh Date: 2/9/2001 10:20 AM
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First - S-corp owners can't setup a Keough. Then can setup a paired Money Purchase Plan and Profit Sharing Plan - but its not called a Keough. A Keough plan is a MPP/PSP paired plan setup by someone who is self employed. Once you create your corp - you aren't SE anymore.

I'd have to be a sole-proprietor or a patnership in order to set up a Keough for myself? I would think it would be more expensive to set up a Keough as a sole-proprietor or a partnership as opposed to some form of corporation.
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