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Income Not Considered Self-Employment Income for Opening or Making Annual Solo 401k Contributions

The following income is not considered earned income from self-employment; therefore, it does not qualify for participating in a solo 401k plan or for making annual contributions to a solo 401k plan. Alimony Pay stemming from divorce Earnings and profits from property and investments, such as rental income, interest income, and dividend income Deferred compensation […]

Reporting Solo 401k After-Tax Contributions (non Roth) for an S-corp or C-corp | Form W-2

If your self-employed business is an S-Corp or C-Corp that sponsors a solo 401k plan, and you elect to make after-tax contributions to the solo 401k plan, you may report these contribution on Form W-2 line 14. See below. IMPORTANT NOTE: Don’t confuse after-tax solo 401k contributions with Roth solo 401k contributions as they are […]

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