Keogh plan (H.R.10)

The Keogh plan is a retirement plan under the Keough Act which allows self-employed individuals to contribute $7,500 or 15% of income for retirement benefits. The Keogh Act was ammended under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. The beneficiary may defer income tax payments from this retirement plan.

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