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A spoiled-spoon-feed celebrity who doesn’t appreciate anything other than her physical and crazy stories. Hmmm..
Despite with downfalls. this woman has made a huge name for herself. And some said, she became popular with NO REASON. How much money is Paris Hilton worth? Are those the money that she used to finance her album and perhaps the x-rated video marketing?
She is so damn lucky to inherit $2.3 billion (some tiny part of it) from the grandpa Barron Hilton……. said to be in the will for around $100 million just for her. How about her parents? Could be more than that right?
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Similar to a 401(k) used at companies across the country, a Solo 401(k) lets small-business owners share the fun and benefits. The business must be very small, however, limited to the owners of the business and their spouses.
The Solo 401(k) allows business owners to put away more money than a SIMPLE or SEP IRA, and there is some flexibility when it comes to contributions. You can contribute more or less every year, but a maximum of $16,500 for 2009.
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a.k.a. “Simplified Employee Pension plan”
It is as easy and low cost to set up and maintain as the SIMPLE IRA. But instead of the employee making contributions to the plan with a match from the employer, the employer makes the entire contribution.
Self-employed workers may find the SEP ideal due to its low setup and maintenance costs. Business owners can save quite a bit more in a SEP than the SIMPLE or other IRAs. For 2009, the contribution limit is 25 percent of net income up to $49,000.