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SEP

(1)
Someone Else's Problem.

SEP

(tool)
A SASD tool from IDE.

SEP

On drawings, abbr. for “separate.”
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If she gets a windfall from a book deal, all the proceeds should go to into her Simplified Employee Pension plan, Chapman said.
Users of the enhanced GulfPak Deposit Solution now have access to supporting documents for a wide range of IRA account types -- including those necessary for opening traditional and Roth IRAs, Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (CESAs), Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) plans, Savings Incentive Match Plan for Small Employers (SIMPLE) IRAs, and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).
is self-employed, she contribute to a simplified employee pension (SEP-IRA).
The maximum annual elective deferral per individual in 2001 in a qualified cash or deferred arrangement (CODA) (IRC section 401(k)), tax-sheltered annuity (section 403(b)) or simplified employee pension (SEP) plan (section 408(k)) is $10,500 (indexed annually for inflation).
Maximize use of your employer's retirement plan or, if you're self-employed, start your own, such as a simplified employee pension plan.
E[acute accent]JSCI clients include individuals, corporations, banks, thrift institutions, pension and profit sharing plans, Individual Retirement Accounts, Simplified Employee Pension accounts, trusts, estates, charitable organizations and other business entities.
They are fairly new products and give the participants the ability to make loans on contributions to a 401(k) unlike regular retirement plans such as a Simplified Employee Pension Plan (SEP).
If you had self-employment income in 2002, for instance, set tip a simplified employee pension (SEP) before you file your 2002 tax return, including extensions, and make deductible contributions.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- GSL Galactic Consulting has announced its new 2005 version of QP-SEP Illustrator software, a powerful program that employers and their financial advisors use to design and illustrate contribution allocations under profit sharing, simplified employee pension (SEP), and "grandfathered" salary reduction SEP (SARSEP) plans.
If you had self-employment income in 2002, there's still time to shelter some of that income with a simplified employee pension (SEP) plan--you'll need a tax pro or a software program to crunch the numbers.
Most small businesses will find that they can offer Simple- IRAs, the Simplified Employee Pension (SEP), or a 401(k).
The two simplest and most obvious options are the simplified employee pension plan (SEP/IRA) and the qualified profit-sharing plan (PSP).

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