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My husband has an s-corp and is now the sole employee. Is it as simple as getting a form from the IRS to set up a 401k plan for his 'employee?' Is this the best way to get more than 2000 a year put into a tax deferred plan? I have read about IRA's etc. but am not sure about the 401k as it is usually set up for you so there is not a whole lot to find out there on how to set it up as the employer. Know what I mean? I have become the investor in the family and am learning the foolish stuff. It is great. Any answers out there?
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