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In 1999 we set the flat fee for establishing an ERSOP® Plan at $4,000. A flat fee because we did not want the IRS to accuse us of receiving a commission in violation of ERISA §408(e)(2), a flat fee with which we felt we could flourish whether our client(s) had $50,000 or $5million, and a flat fee which made economic sense at $50,000 or maybe lower.
In 1999 our fee for incorporation was $700 plus the various state filing fees. The total was usually about $1,000. In 2009 we included the incorporation in our flat $4,000, except here in California where the state filing fees are out of control. This is our contribution to American entrepreneurship.
Asks "Why not use your money to invest in yourself?"
Gives nine good reasons.
Answers that important question.