Helping Freelancers Save More For Retirement

Contribute Up To 3X Per Year For Retirement

Most American companies let employees place up to $19,500 per year to a company 401(k), with a small match. Unfortunately, that’s just not enough to retire.

Legally, you can actually save up to $57,000 per year in a 401(k). Most employers don’t allow it, but when self-employed, you can do this yourself – save what you really need to retire.

Maximizing retirement savings – the My401k advantage

This is possible by creating your own retirement plan: a delf-directed, Individual 401(k). Creating and managing your own 401(k) used to be difficult, but My401(k) helps you set up your plan with a few simple steps.

A Self-Directed 401(k) is the only way to maximize your retirement account.  

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