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The allowable amount a person can contribute to a Keogh plan a. is set by the U.S. Treasury. c. is $10,000 a year. b. is 59 1/2 percent. d. changes periodically.

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  1. anonymous
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    @DarrenMadx

  2. anonymous
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    can u help @SataniCross

  3. DarrenMadx
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    that's more of a finance question bro

  4. anonymous
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    shoot your right bro

  5. DarrenMadx
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    but hold on. i know the answer

  6. DarrenMadx
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    As of 2014, you can contribute up to 25% of your self-employment earnings. If you make $80,000, you can contribute a maximum of $20,000. so i guess the answer would be D

  7. anonymous
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    ayt bro thanks

  8. DarrenMadx
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    no prob. you got anymore questions?

  9. anonymous
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    hey i got one more left if your down

  10. anonymous
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    The amount a person can contribute to a Keogh Plan is limited to a set percentage of earned income. true or false

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