If you are self-employed, Nilus Mattive says the new Solo 401(k) retirement plan can be a terrific way to rapidly build your retirement nest egg. Unlike a regular 401(k), it allows you to contribute as much as $49,000 ($54,500 if you're 50 or older).
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