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I'm 26 years old and have been in business for two years. In the company account I have about $40,000 and in my personal account I have about $1,500. I would like to get some of this invested but am unsure on how to progress. Should I look at opening a SEP through the business and a ROTH personally or what would be a better option for me? What about starting 401K? As of right now I have no full time employees and very little overhead. I would like advice on how to go about properly handling the company money and my personal money. I can take as much of the company money as payroll as I need but mostly have been letting it sit in bank and living frugally because I hate to pay taxes when I take a payroll. Any help appreciated.
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