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Thanks to all of you Fools that replied with help. I now have a much clearer picture on how I can work out my contribution, as well as some creative ideas on how to pay myself. All my income is from self employment but some is from personal consulting contracts, some from my S-Corp. Seems to me that there are schemes for my S-Corp to contribute to my SEP, as well as for myself to, maximizing my SEP contributions as well as my deductions. Will have to look into this further.

I do have a further clarification question. So long as I make quite sure I do not over-contribute, is it the case that it does not matter how I contribute? Ie I can put in contributions of any size and at any time (up to 4/15) so long as I don't exceed the magical maximum?

Thanks again, the Fool community ROCKS.
BeenFooled
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