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Do SEPS have the same level of protection from creditors as does let's say a 401(k)?


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The SEP is only a traditional IRA. So, you're looking at creditor protection for IRAs when dealing with SEPs.

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SEPS have unlimited protection from bankruptcy creditors while all IRAs of a taxpayer are only protected from bankruptcy creditors up to a total of $1,093,000.

SEPS/ IRAs have same protection from general creditors in many states that are available to qualified plans. In NJ there is unlimited protection from all creditors except for fraudlent conveyance and QDROs.

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