Since you are self-employed, a Keogh is available. I do not know much about those plans.http://www.quicken.com/cms/viewers/article/retirement/18298See what you can do about setting up one of those.Otherwise, there is a Roth IRA available, if you and your husband do not exceed the income requirements. In that case, a regular IRA. Max out the IRAs for you and your spouse.
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