A Self-Directed Solo 401k is Revocable

QUESTION:

Could you please confirm that the Solo 401K is a “living, revocable trust”?

ANSWER:

A Solo 401k is a revocable trust, meaning it can be updated and often is for changes in the law (e.g., contribution limits, who can participate, distribution rules, types of contributions, allowed investments, etc.). It is not a “living” trust. Further, self-directed solo 401k trusts are not registered with the state and are considered retirement trusts under the internal revenue code.

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