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> All members of the plan must be owners. I don't believe there is anything that says that all owners must participate in the plan.


> With 3 owners, the business needs to set up the plan and all employees would be participants.

> Any business contributions would have to be consistent for each employee.


when you say consistent you mean by percentage of profit sharing?

So if 10% of my distribution when to the 401(k), then 10% of everyone's distribution must go to their 401(k)?

(no one takes a salary)

((if no one takes a salary, are they considered employees?))
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