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  • jfoxcpacfp
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    Could you also contribute to a SEP-IRA as opposed to a solo-k?
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    He could but would then be prohibited from a back-door Roth after training. Plus, better to have the SOLO-k available for later years (to roll into when he changes jobs) imo.

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  • deeppizza
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    Could you also contribute to a SEP-IRA as opposed to a solo-k?

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    Thanks Johanna. I never see the money because it cost $6K for living expenses, not 2. What I was trying to get at was I’m taxed on that $6K of income so in essence its like I’m paying only $2k (in taxes) to live there. Thanks for the info
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    You're welcome - makes more sense now  ops: !

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  • mymttop
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    Thanks Johanna. I never see the money because it cost $6K for living expenses, not 2. What I was trying to get at was I'm taxed on that $6K of income so in essence its like I'm paying only $2k (in taxes) to live there. Thanks for the info

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    I’m currently a resident and will be sent away for a 6 month rotation. While at the rotation, they provide room and board, but “pay” you the cost of rent and send you a 1099 at the end of the year. For me it will come to a total of nearly $6K in 1099 income. So I never actually see the money, but have to pay tax on the income. Not a terrible deal since I’m in a low tax bracket and therefore my true cost to “rent” out there for 6 months would be about $2k. But I wanted to know if there is anyway I can use this 1099 to my benefit and put extra money into retirement accounts. Also I may be able to do some moonlighting and bump my total 1099 up another $10-20K. Already max out my roth 403b accounts (no match) and roth IRA yearly. Any suggestions?
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    You should be able to deduct a per diem for the cost of the R&B on your schedule C to offset part of the 1099. Probably can deduct meals, too. Not sure why you never see the money if they are giving you $6k and you are paying $2k living exp...

    Yes, you can set up a SOLO-k and contribute ~20% of the net profits of your "business" including moonlighting income. Highly recommended.

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    options for small 1099 income

    I'm currently a resident and will be sent away for a 6 month rotation. While at the rotation, they provide room and board, but "pay" you the cost of rent and send you a 1099 at the end of the year. For me it will come to a total of nearly $6K in 1099 income. So I never actually see the money, but have to pay tax on the income. Not a terrible deal since I'm in a low tax bracket and therefore my true cost to "rent" out there for 6 months would be about $2k. But I wanted to know if there is anyway I can use this 1099 to my benefit and put extra money into retirement accounts. Also I may be able to do some moonlighting and bump my total 1099 up another $10-20K. Already max out my roth 403b accounts (no match) and roth IRA yearly. Any suggestions?
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