Who can contribute to one?

Keogh plans are designed for self-employed people, as well as small-business owners and their employees. To be eligible to establish a Keogh, a small business must be a sole proprietorship, partnership or limited liability company (LLC). If you have employees, they must be allowed to participate in the plan. However, employees don't contribute to the plan - the employer must kick in the entire contribution.

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