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My wife and I have an LLC consulting company. we started using ADP for our 401 k plan this year. we also started using w-2 for our income. we did not have ADP take any retirement contributions out for 2017. we thought we could take it our as we paid our taxes.

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Can you work with me tonight on this as I want to call ADP very soon. this is complicated.

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Tax Professional: Lev, Tax Advisor replied 30 days ago
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Can you verify - how that LLC consulting company is classified for federal tax purposes?
Is that a partnership? or S-corporation or C-corporation ?

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
We are an llc chapter S. We get a w-2 for income and will get a k-1 for any residual gains. My question is under our 401 k plan can we take out retirement amountd for this year (2017) and what are the limits?
Tax Professional: Lev, Tax Advisor replied 30 days ago

Contributions into 401k plan are from two sources

- employee elective deferrals - that are withheld from wages - it is too late make such contribution

- employer's matching contributions - that are due by the due date of the tax return of S-corporation - so if you filed an extension request - you still have time to make that part of 401k contribution.

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
Can you call me?
Tax Professional: Lev, Tax Advisor replied 30 days ago

I will be glad to schedule a phone call - seems as your order did not come though..

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
what are the limits on the amount we can take out for retirement. some % of profit? your system is not taking my new card number.
Customer reply replied 30 days ago
can I give you the card info over the phone
Tax Professional: Lev, Tax Advisor replied 30 days ago

what are the limits on the amount we can take out for retirement. some % of profit?

employer's matching contribution is max - 25% of your wages - from w2 box 1.

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
can we take the 25% out of the K-1 amount for this past year? in years past we did not have a w-2. we only had a K-1. what 401-k rules apply to this situation?
Tax Professional: Lev, Tax Advisor replied 30 days ago

can we take the 25% out of the K-1 amount for this past year?

amount reported on K1 is your investment income and not compensation.,

We may not consider that amount for 401k contribution.

Sorry.

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
How do owners of llcs contribute to pensions if they do not have w-2s. I saw somewhere today that some accountants think that llc owners should not have wages and hence w-2s. Our k-1 accountant has a line in our K-1 saying that our earnings include 32.5 k for pension contributions for both my wife and I as owners
Tax Professional: Lev, Tax Advisor replied 29 days ago

LLC owners must have self-employment income - and if yes - they will be eligible for retirement plan contributions.

If that is a single member LLC - it is disregarded form income tax purposes.

So all income is passed to the member - and reported on schedule C.

In this case - retirement plan contributions are based on net self-employment income.

If that is an LLC with several members - - and NO election made to treat it as a corporation

- such LLC is classified as a partnership.

The partnership issue L1 to each partner - reporting his/her share of income - and if that income is subject to self-employment tax.

If yes - that self-employment income allows to make retirement plan contributions.

For S-corporation - wages reported on W2 are subject to employment taxes - and allows retirement plan contribution, but K1 income is NOT subject to neither self-employment nor employment taxes. That amount is considered as investment income and not as compensation.

So K1 issued by S-corporation is not considered for retirement plan contribution.

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Tax Professional: Lev, Tax Advisor replied 28 days ago

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