Greetings, Wedgar, and welcome.<<Brand new to Fooldom. I am self-employed and would like to set up an sep or IRA that I can trade through. Can this be done, and if so, how? I'm just beginning, so please don't get to technical.>>It sure can. Contact virtually any broker and that agency can walk you through the steps for getting a SEP-IRA established as a self-directed account within which you will be free to trade to your heart's content.I suggest you visit the IRS website and print out IRS Pub 560, Retirement Plans for the Self Employed. Just point your browser to:http://www.irs.ustreas.gov/prod/forms_pubs/index.html That document will explain all your options to include providing you a brief explanation of a SEP, Keogh, and SIMPLE. All are available to you. Read that, and then come back if you have further questions.Regards....Pixy
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