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Seem there are many new provisions for increased contributions for traditional and Roth-IRA's as well as 401(k)'s (e.g., higher dollar amounts phased in over next few years). There also seems to be a new, higher, contribution limit for qualified (corporate) profit-sharing plans (higher percentage of income can be contributed).

I haven't seen anything for changes in contribution limits or higher percentage of net income contributions for SEP-IRA's.

Anyone seen any changes for SEP's under the new tax laws?
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