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Hi:

I'm just a regular working slug with a 401k (with employer match!), a profit sharing-type plan, and the ability to buy shares of the corporation that owns my employer. Nothing too exciting...

However...

I have a friend who runs her own business (she owns a small restaurant). Can someone point me to books or info on the web that would cover the details of my friend's retirement investing options? I think I read somewhere that people who aren't covered by an employer-sponsored plans play under different rules when it comes to IRAs and such.

Thanks in advance for any help.
Really good answers will receive a coupon for a free slice of reeeally good pie. ;^)

-Scott :^)
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