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Whats Next ? – Shitab – Medium
Whats Next ? August 19, 2018 at 11:53PM https://ift.tt/2My3biV

By 2050, Nigeria’s population will be the third largest in the world. While in 2018, Nigeria still suffers from Malnutrition, Extreme…

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Why Nigeria ? – Shitab – Medium
Why Nigeria ? August 19, 2018 at 11:50PM https://ift.tt/2BCZ94D

By 2050, Nigeria’s population will be the third largest in the world. While in 2018, Nigeria consumes and imports the highest amount of…

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Why are we starting off in Nigeria ? August 19, 2018 at 11:49PM https://ift.tt/2MERFCf

By 2050, Nigeria’s population will be the third largest in the world. While in 2018, Nigeria still suffers from Malnutrition, Extreme…

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About our Pilot Project – Shitab – Medium
About our Pilot Project August 19, 2018 at 11:38PM https://ift.tt/2MqnjE4

Our pilot at Bauchi, Nigeria has been initiated with a detailed vision. The project is located at Waya Dam in Bauchi or Gamjuwa Local…

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At ImpactRays we are farmers turned engineers heading back home to make a difference.
At ImpactRays we are farmers turned engineers heading back home to make a difference. August 19, 2018 at 11:32PM https://ift.tt/2nQSHgo

Our idea was slated the Campus Champion of Hult@IIUM and went on to become the regional Champion in Kuala Lumpur. Currently, we are…

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Some Thoughts on Investing in Real Estate
I have no problem with investing outside of publicly traded securities.

But you should have a good reason for it beyond, “that’s what my colleagues are doing.”
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Liquid Alternatives Have Yet to Prove They Belong in Portfolios
Key Takeaways
Though still relatively new, few alternative mutual funds have conferred meaningful diversification benefits in recent years.
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Why are we targeting small holder farmers with our Impact Kit ?
Why are we targeting small holder farmers with our Impact Kit ? August 19, 2018 at 04:45PM https://ift.tt/2BqKPff

The reality of agriculture in Africa is often grim. A lot of the farming practices have been static for hundreds of years. As engineers…

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Ohio treasurer candidates would expand office's role
Ohio treasurer candidates would expand office's role August 19, 2018 at 03:49PM https://ift.tt/2L6nnDK

Ohio treasurer candidates would expand office's role  13abc Action NewsFull coverage

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Can the Self-Employed Have a 401(k)? | The TurboTax Blog
A solo 401(k) is like a regular 401(k) plan except it is for cases where you are the only employee of your business. If your spouse works in the business, he or she can also be included in the plan too. If you already have employees, you can’t use a solo 401(k). If you eventually hire any employees, the solo 401(k) simply converts to a regular, employer 401(k) plan.

There are three primary factors that differentiate the solo 401(k) from an employer 401(k):

As the business owner, you are both the employer and employee on the plan
The contributions that you make to a solo 401(k) are generally more generous than they will be for an employee participant in typical large company 401(k) plans
A solo 401(k) can be set up for any type of self-employment, including if you are an independent contractor or a freelancer

A solo 401(k) plan can also be a self-directed plan since you can choose to invest the money with any investment broker trustee that you choose. You can even set up a solo Roth 401(k) within the plan, and contribute up to $5,500 toward that portion of the plan each (or $6,500 if you are 50 or older). However, any employer matching contributions on the solo Roth 401(k) portion of the plan will need to be contributed to the regular solo 401(k) part of the plan.

Contribution Amounts
As an “employee” of your business, you can contribute up to $18,000 per year to your solo 401(k) plan. If you are 50 or older, you can contribute up to $24,000. This is the same contribution limits that apply to employer-sponsored 401(k) plans. You can contribute up to 100% of your earned income, up to these contribution limits.
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How the Self-Employed Can Have a 401(k) | Investing | US News
If a solo 401(k) sounds appealing, get moving. A plan must be set up by the end of your business's fiscal year, probably Dec. 31, for you to deduct contributions for that year. The contributions, however, can be made up to your income-tax filing deadline: April 18 for the 2016 return.
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Understanding the Self-Employed 401(k) - Fidelity
The highlight of the Self-Employed 401(k) is the ability to contribute to the plan in two ways. For 2017, as an employee, you can make salary deferral contributions equal to the lesser of $18,000, or 100% of your compensation. If you're at least 50 years old, your savings options are even higher because you can add an extra $6,000 in catch-up contributions each year.
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