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Thanks for the reply. My income is fairly consistent between 80 to 100k a year. My age is 34. I have no employees. I plan on not having any in the near future. I would think I could contribute the 15,500 and then max my profit sharing at 25%. I think that is correct and please correct if I am wrong. I maxed out my keough for the past few years and have been pleased to put that money away. I hope this gives you the information you need. Thanks Bill Jeff
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