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Before retirement plan provisions of the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act (EGTRRA) took effect on 12/31/01, the choice between money purchase and profit-sharing plans was fairly clear. Money purchase plans allowed employers to deduct up to 25% of the aggregate taxable compensation of employees covered by the plan, provided employers agreed to make required annual contributions for all eligible employees. Profit-sharing plans allowed more flexibility in employer contributions. In any given year employer contributions could drop as low as zero, but the maximum deduction was limited to 15% of aggregate taxable compensation.

Peter Westerman

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