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A descriptive term for the fibrotic encasement of the entire small intestine in sclerosing peritonitis, a spontaneous idiopathic process in young women, which follows peritoneovenous shunting, practolol therapy, peritoneal dialysis, chemotherapy, or in which other unknown toxins stimulate fibroblastic proliferation and reactive fibrosis
Treatment Surgical lysis of adhesions and constricting bands
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If you have self-employment income, you can set up a simplified employee pension (SEP) and take deductions for 1995.
In addition to the SIMPLE-IRA, Fidelity's small business retirement plans include Simplified Employee Pension plans (SEP-IRAs), Keoghs, and 401(k)s for small companies.
Retirement plans, including a 401(k) plan with investment funds from Goldman Sachs, simplified employee pension, profit sharing, money purchase pension and IRAs.
Self-employed persons should set up or contribute to a Keogh or Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) plan.
According to Ward, two of the most popular retirement plans for the self-employed are Simplified Employee Pension Plans (SEP-IRAs) and Keoghs.
Non-qualified programs such as Simplified Employee Pension (SEP)
A recurring issue self-employed persons face is whether amounts expended for self-employed retirement plan (Keogh) and simplified employee pension (SEP) contributions, as well as certain unreimbursed trade or business expenses paid by a partner, are subject to taxation under the Self-Employment Contributions Act (SECA).
Your two main options are Keogh and Simplified Employee Pension Plans (SEPs).
Participants in the free, statewide, day-long Investor Forums will be provided with information about retirement plans for the self-employed and small-business owners: specifically, Keoghs and Simplified Employee Pension Individual Retirement Accounts (SEP-IRAs).
Most of the plans available to small businesses--simplified employee pensions (SEPs), salary reduction simplified employee pensions, SIMPLE IRA plans, SIMPLE 401(k) plans, regular 401(k)s, profit-sharing plans, money purchase pension plan, Keogh plans, defined benefit plans, defined contribution plans, and employee stock ownership plans--are subject to the minimum coverage requirements, minimum vesting standards, the actual deferral percentage test, the non-discrimination requirements, and the top heavy plan requirements.
By comparison, simplified employee pensions (SEPs) or profit-sharing Keogh plans would allow 2009 contributions for the self-employed to the extent of the lesser of 20% of earnings or $49,000.

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