Is There a Difference Between an Individual 401(k) and a Solo 401(k)?

You may have heard lots of different terms regarding the 401(k) plan for the self-employed, including Individual 401(k) and Solo 401(k), but is there any difference between these plans? Adam Bergman explains.

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