Retirement Plans for Small Business
1Subject to certain limits.
2An employer cannot consider the part of an employee's compensation over $280,000 for 2019 ($275,000 for 2018) when calculating the contribution limit.
3If an employer chooses to make 2% non-elective contributions for each eligible employee, an employer cannot consider the part of an employee's compensation over $280,000 for 2019 ($275,000 for 2018) when calculating the contribution limit.
Current tax planning strategies emphasize the deferral of current income taxes, on the basis that your federal income tax rate may be lower at retirement. As you decide how much to defer, please keep in mind that federal income tax rates are unpredictable and subject to significant fluctuation. It is possible that federal income tax rates at the time you take a distribution (e.g., at retirement) may be higher than tax rates at the time of deferral. Other factors, including any other sources of income and state income tax rates, may also change the tax bracket and overall tax rate to which you may be subject in the future. Please consult with your tax advisor for an individualized tax planning strategy and advice. The Hartford does not predict or in any way guarantee favorable tax results.
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