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FAQ

How much can you contribute to both a Roth IRA and a SIMPLE IRA in the same tax year?
Mike and Wray are correct and offer some great information in their posts. Just to reiterate, yes you may contribute the max to both a Roth and a SIMPLE assuming you fall below the MAGI limit.Also, if you are married you might be able to open a spousal IRA/Roth for your spouse if you are under the aforementioned MAGI limits. Thus, even if your spouse isn't working you can open a Roth or traditional IRA and make a deductible contribution to his/her account. Assuming you fall below the phaseout limits and your spouse qualifies, you could contribute an additional $5K (deductible).
Are Simple IRA contributions subject to Medicare (United States) and Social Security, collectively called FICA taxes?
Simple IRA contributions (salary reduction from the employee's payroll check) are subject to FICA taxes, but they are not subject to federal or state income taxes.  Simple IRA contributions (employer's share) are NOT subject to any FICA taxes or withholding taxes.
I have $1000 in a simple IRA, should I begin investing it?
Absolutely! And begin by spending 99 cents in the Kindle store or search the web for the free PDF version of:If You Can: How Millennials Can Get Rich Slowlyby William J BernsteinThis is kindle offering which the good Dr Bernstein says he would make available free if Amazon would allow it. A kindle is not required as free kindle readers are available for Windows, iPads, iPhones, Android etc.There are a lot of additional reading assignments included in the book that, for the most part, are available through your local library although you may find you really want your own copy of some of them.Of primary interest is, after that first 15 minute read, you can create your own investment account and invest your initial learnings all in the next 15 minutes after the account is open.Somewhere in your next 1 to 3 days after finishing this book, search out the online information provided by Scott Burns. Google "couch potato investing" and do your own calculations regarding the results he presents.It truly is not about being a brain surgeon or a rocket scientist but about being determined to evaluate risk v reward, the damage of excessive expenses and a firm hand on the wheel.Do not be a trader but rather an investor.Don't follow the hot hand.Re-evaluate and rebalance regularly.BTW - while saving/investing for retirement is of primary concern, do not forget to build that emergency fund. You need 6 months or more of expenses available in a liquid account for those times when you have nothing else to live on. Hopefully that time won't happen but if it does, you've got it covered.
I want to rollover a SIMPLE IRA. Should I roll it over to a traditional IRA or another SIMPLE IRA? What would the differences be?
A SIMPLE IRA is an acronym for Savings Incentive Match PLan for Employee. It is an employer-sponsored retirement savings account. Unless you work for another employer who sponsors a SIMPLE, rolling it to another SIMPLE is not an option, so you would have to roll to an IRA or to a new employer’s qualified plan (such as a 401k Plan). One very important thing to remember is while you “can” roll out of a SIMPLE IRA, if you roll to anything other than another SIMPLE IRA before the account is at least 2 years old, IRS will charge you a 50% excise tax on the amount rolled. So be careful.
What is the best brokerage to open solo-401k and simple IRA accounts?
While Vanguard was the first-mover in the low cost space and were the leader in low-expense mutual funds, they have since seen very strong challengers, primarily Schwab and Fidelity. Vanguard was not the biggest, but they were leader in the passive investing index mutual fund space. However, when the movement they spawned grew substantially, all the big players with broader operational capabilities got in on the action.Therefore, from both a plan design perspective and investment perspective, I would recommend Schwab or Fidelity.If you have opportunities to invest outside the stock market, you should consider self- directed Solo 401k Checkbook Control 401K Plans - 401K Checkbook or a self-directed SEP-IRA SEP IRAs - 401K Checkbook. Using a self- directed plan will ensure you get the best plan features and access to all investment types. With a self-directed plan you could get access to Fidelity and Schwab and invest in real- estate or private lending.Incidentally, it would seem more likely that you're considering a Solo 401k and a SEP-IRA (as opposed to a SIMPLE-IRA SIMPLE-IRAs - 401K Checkbook). A Solo 401k offers many benefits that are unavailable in a SEP-IRA, such as the ability for the business owner to make salary contributions, the ability to borrow from the plan, Roth contributions, and favorable taxation of real-estate investments.
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