Mega Backdoor Roth Solo 401k Ban Passes House Hurdle But Senate Sign Off Still Needed

As reported previously, the Mega Backdoor Roth Solo 401k and IRA bans that had been added back to the Build Back Better Act of 2021 were included in the version of the legislation that passed the House today.

While this is an important milestone for the legislation, there is still a ways to go legislatively.

The House vote sends the package to the Senate where it is expected to take up the legislation in December, and more importantly, not accept the House version “as is” – changes made in the Senate would then send the legislation back to the House for a final vote before sending it on to the President’s desk for signature.

In addition to possibly being removed from the Senate version of the legislation, it is possible that the legislation will be delayed until January given the concerns that enacting the spending package could exacerbate inflation concerns.

If the ban does go through this year, it may result in the ban of the mega backdoor Roth solo 401k by 12/31/2021 (this year); however, the ability to make annual Roth solo 401k contributions will not be impacted, which are currently at $19,500 per year plus $6,500 catch up for those age 50 or older. 

Stay tuned as we continue to monitor the legislation and keep you posted!

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