We have the Right IRA Account for You
SEP plans may be established by many kinds of small business entities:
- self-proprietors, partnerships,
- S or C corporations,
- non-profit or tax-exempt organizations.
- easily established by adopting IRS Form 5305-SEP
- high and flexible annual contributions
- potential tax deduction on contributions*,
- lack of responsibility for the funds once they are deposited into employee’s accounts,
- no special reporting requirements.
- potential tax credit for plan establishment costs.
- employee has ownership of funds deposited
- employee has full control over the funds
- employee can receive contributions even after reaching required minimum distribution age
- Once the money is in the employee’s SEP IRA, it is governed by the Traditional IRA distribution rules.
Restrictions & Limits:
- Employees cannot contribute to SEP IRA; only the employer can.
- The SEP IRA contribution limit is the lesser of 25% of compensation or $61,000 in 2022 and $66,000 in 2023.
* Before deciding to contribute and open SEP IRA account, consult your tax advisor.
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How to Open
To open an IRA account, please visit one of our branch locations, or contact our Member Services Center at 1.855.PSFCU.4U.Go to main navigation