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Hi all -

I was recently laid off and started up my own S-corp (with myself as the only employee). I've just gotten to a point where I have some money coming into the business and would like to get some sort of retirement account going again.

I've seen a bit about individual 401k accounts, SIMPLE plans, and SEP accounts, but don't know much about them.

Can someone point me in the right direction to determine which type of account to pursue?


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