If you have not used your 401k as much as you had thought you would, we encourage you to maintain it because we are launching new programs/projects that, if applied to your personal situation, may have a strong positive impact on your wealth and may require the use of your Solo 401k.

Further, if you let your Solo 401k become disqualified, you will owe taxes and penalties on the amount of assets in the plan.

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