As practice owners, dentists should carefully consider the advantages of establishing an employer-sponsored retirement plan. Generally, you’re allowed a deduction for contributions you make to a retirement plan. In return, however, you’re required to include your employees in the plan, and to give a portion of the contributions you make to those employees who are eligible. Even so, a retirement plan can provide you with a tax-advantaged method to save for your own retirement while providing your employees with a powerful and appreciated benefit, especially in today’s competitive employment market.
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