man holding nest with golden egg Solo 401(k)s and SEP IRAs are both tax-deferred retirement savings accounts for small business owners. (Photo: Getty)

Opportunity is right around the corner. Drive down most non-residential streets in America and what do you see?  Blocks and blocks of small businesses: Dry cleaners, barber shops, boutique stores, dentists, real estate agent offices, attorneys, etc.

Every one of these businesses has an owner attached to them which may be a sole proprietor, a partnership, or a corporation.  The one thing likely in common is that those owners, and their employees want the opportunity to retire one day and have enough saved to maintain their lifestyle. The most efficient way to do that is through a retirement plan offered by the employer.

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