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solo 401k providers
Wife and I had started S-corp this year and We were providing software development services through our s-corp business. We both are owners on this s-corp(no employees). Please provide your referral for opening solo 401k plan for my s-corp. Or which factor needs to be looked upon before opening solo 401k plan.

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Jemin

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Aloha Jai9951, yours is a great question

Aloha Jai9951, yours is a great question.

I would recommend you browse your local Costco for said services. They have many products that are geared and priced to the small business solo owner to include 401k's with Costco's immense pricing power and world famous customer service to match.

Good luck and best wishes Jai9951.

Very Respectfully,

Spartan Hiker

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That is something for a financial planner.

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