Wall Street Journal: Solo 401k Tax Benefits


[Originally published at Solo401k.com]

Solo 401k was thrust in the spotlight again last week because of its powerful ability to reduce your self-employment income through large tax-deductible contributions.

Unfortunately, the writer of that WSJ article is mildly financially retarded. Take a look for yourself. Read the article to hear about the powerful tax benefits (albeit presented in a fantasy situation), and then read the comments to have some real people bring the concept back to reality.

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