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I am self-employed. I converted my traditional ira to a Roth ira in 1997. I want to be able to save more $$ and I am unsure if a sep-ira or a 401k is the better method (or possibly something else I'm not aware of).
How can I establish either? Is it possible to have both? What is the maximum annual contribution to each?
I have been Fooling for about 9 months and I love the open exchange of ideas and info. Thanks for any and all replies. Brad Baker
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