In this episode we answer your questions about self-employed retirement plans. If you are self-employed, open a solo/individual 401(k). If you make a lot of money, you might consider a personal defined benefit plan. Do a backdoor Roth IRA and a health savings account. Those are your retirement plans for a self-employed doc. That's the basic setup. Anything you want to save above and beyond that goes in a taxable account. So it is not that complicated. When you get into all the details though, there can be a lot more questions. We tackle those questions in this episode. See show notes here https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/self-employed-retirement-accounts-qa-260/
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