You could each open a 'Single 401(k)' or 'Solo 401(k)'. Just for clarity, you are assuming that the OP and spouse are each self-employed and filing schedule C. However, they may be employees, receiving a W-2. If so, then a solo 401k is not an option.Hence, my question to get at the facts before we try to answer the question.--Peter
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