The Revzon Consulting Group, LLC Solo 401(k) Plan. The Revzon Consulting Group Solo 401(k) Plan allows individuals to invest in all permitted investments including real estate, S corporations, and many other asset types such as traded stocks and mutual funds. You may be able to contribute as much as $54,000 ($60,000 if you will be at least age 50) beginning in 2017.
What's new about the Solo 401(k) Plan? In general, the main cause for excitement is the Solo 401(k) Plan's new "Roth" contribution component. While you may still elect to make your entire contribution on a pre-tax, deductible basis, you may now choose instead to have up to $18,000 of your contribution ($24,000 if you will be at least age 50) in 2017 made as "Roth 401(k)" deferrals. Roth 401(k) deferrals (like contributions into a Roth IRA) are after-tax contributions that, like other deferrals and contributions, can generate tax-deferred earnings. The big difference is that "qualifying distributions" on Roth 401(k) deferrals and their earnings will not be taxed when paid out. Other major advantages to the Solo 401(k) Plan are: Unlike with Roth IRAs, there are no income limitations related to the ability to contribute to the Solo 401(k) Plan's Roth (after-tax) deferral component. Also unlike IRAs, you can:
Income from leveraged real estate investments may not be subject to UDFI tax.:
Your brokerage firm or bank may be the custodian of your Solo 401(k) Plan and invest contributions as you direct; we work with any financial firm. The Revzon Consulting Group will provide you with a complete plan document required by the tax laws and necessary plan adoption, enrollment, deferral election, and beneficiary designation forms. The Revzon Consulting Group will also provide you with updates to the plan document as necessary to keep it in compliance with tax law changes in addition to annual plan administration and tax reporting.
Establishment of Plan - $350
One-time setup fee to establish Solo 401(k) including plan document and ancillary documents.
Annual Solo 401(k) Administration, (no tax return) - $250
Includes plan valuation and document usage fee for plan year. Additional participants above one (1) such as spouse, partner, and partner’s spouse incur an additional charge of $99 each.
Preparation of IRS Form 5500 and attachments - $250
Plans with assets in excess of $250,000 (including contributions paid after the year-end) are required to file a form 5500.
Additional Miscellaneous Services:
Remember – the fee a plan sponsor pays to establish and administer a pension is deductible!
Revzon Consulting Group, LLC does not revenue share or make any compensation from the funds that a plan may invest in. All of our revenue is earned by performing a service. Some other vendors (not all) may charge less for their services because they do revenue share or are compensated in some way from the plan assets. Rest assured that those fees are conveyed to you the end-user, in some manner. No one works for nothing. Perform your diligence to make sure you are receiving the best value for your money