I would recommend a SEP IRA for your LLC
You can contribute up to 25% of your net profits into this account, with a cap at $51,000 per year
You can fund this monthly if you wanted to, or you could wait until you filed your return to file this. it's up to you.
The contributions are fully deductible
You could set this up through an account such as charles schwab, fidelity, td ameritrade, or any of your local banks
The safest investment will be an investment in FDIC insured money market accounts, but the return would be very small
You can't get both a "significant' and "safe" return, so you must decide which is more important to you
A "Safer" return would be to invest in a fund that follows the S&P 500
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What do you think would be the more aggressive option?
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In terms of returns
I would advise to invest in a fund that follows the S&P 500