Profit-Sharing Plan

A flexible retirement plan for small businesses
  • Flexible contribution amounts that can vary from year to year.
  • Deduct employer contributions as a business expense
  • Offers a full range of investment choices
  • Use the Small Business Selector to find a plan 
up to 25% of compensation

or $53,000 in 2016 ($54,000 in 2017), whichever is less

December 30

setup deadline for the plan

Features of a Profit-Sharing Plan

 

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Eligibility information

Employees are eligible at age 21 and have worked at the company for at least one year (or two years if the plan does not have a vesting sechedule)

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Flexible contribution amounts

Employers can contribute up to 25% of income, or $53,000 in 2016 ($54,000 in 2017), whichever is less. Percentage contributed can vary from year to year

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Tax-deferred growth potential

All investment earnings are tax-deferred; participants pay taxes only upon distribution

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Additional Features

You can create a vesting schedule for the plan, and your employees can borrow money against their accounts

Get up to $600 plus 60 days of commission-free trades


 for deposits of $10k or more.1 How it works

Get up to $600 plus 60 days of commission-free trades


 for deposits of $10k or more.1 How it works

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