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Subject: Re: Self-Employed Tax Deferred plans?p Date: 5/16/2001 3:57 PM
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Have you considered Keoghs? I'm NOT trying to solicit business here, but I'm an Enrolled Actuary and have established several plans for people like yourself, specifically defined benefit plans. A couple of questions are in order:

How old are you (approx)?
Approximately how much are you going to net on Schedule C after expenses but before pension/IRA contributions?
What would you like to be able to defer?

I've established several defined benefit plans in the last few years for sole proprietors. In many cases contributions to the plan far outstrip anything possible in a SEP/IRA (we're talking by factors of 2 or 3 times higher), so it may behoove you to speak with a local actuary if you're interested.
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