How small-business owners can catch up on retirement savings

Small-business owners in their 50s who haven't saved for retirement and need to catch up quickly can set aside large amounts each year and deduct them as business expenses. The strategy works best for businesses with only one or two employees, experts say, because it requires substantial annual outlays for all employees for at least five years.

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