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<Sure there are. As a closely held corporation with perhaps few employees, he would qualify for the self-employed plans discussed in IRS Publication 560, Retirement Plans for the Self-Employed.>

I downloaded and read the Publication 560 and it appears as if the plans apply only to sole proprieterships and partnerships. I may be misreading something, but could you please clear it up for me. Also, if he was to go with the personal IRA, which would be better-Roth or traditional. I think the Roth would be better according to my calculations, but could you comment on that too. Thanks.
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