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Meowiz sez:

<<I sense from your question above that you might be having a dream-like thought that I know the difference between the SEP and Keogh. I don't, unfortunately. I think you can contribute the most with a Keogh though, at least in my situation? Self-employed. The Keogh I have has done exceptionally well in returns over the two years or so I've had it. So it's fine with me to keep it with same financial planner, till I know how to do any better myself.>>

Well, gee. Now my feelings are hurt. I would have thought that by now you had already read my Foolish Retirement Plan Primer available at in which I describe the SEP and Keogh. After all, I wrote it just for folks like you. :-)

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