Hi Folks!This is my 1st post, so here goes. I have a full-time job and contribute to the max to my 401k ($10.5k for year 2000). I did some moonlighting as a consultant thru the year, will be getting a Form 1099 (I was paid in full) and *gulp* haven't paid any taxes on this additional income (which equals about 30% of my annual salary). My question is: is there some retirement plan (Roth, Keogh, etc.) in which I can dump some of this extra cash I earned in order to minimize my upcoming tax bill?
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