Guest Elizabeth Gaskins Posted March 26, 2002 Report Share Posted March 26, 2002 i have a lawyer who was self-employed for part of the year (2001) and then went to work for a firm. he was not an owner of the firm. the firm had a 401(k) profit sharing plan in which he maxed out to $10,500 on deferrals and reached $35,000 with the firms additional contribution. can he now make a sep contribution for 2001 based on his compensation earned while he was self employed? if so what is the maximum contribution into the sep? any input is much appreciated..... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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