If you’re a practice owner with a 401k, Cash Value, or Profit Sharing Plan, now is the time to look at your employer contributions to the plan. Defined benefit, discretionary matches, and profit sharing contributions are based on last year’s compensation numbers.
We love it when clients maximize investments in your tax-advantaged plans. For 2020, some maximum contribution limits changed and others did not. Here’s a quick listing of maximum contributions for various types of retirement plans:
No change for 2020:
Updated for the new SECURE Act: For any individual born after June 30, 1949, the required beginning date for Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) is April 1 of the year after the year in which such individual reaches age 72 (or, in the case of certain plans, if he or she is still working, after the year in which he or she retires if later).