There are many great options out there now. The solo-401k is usually the best option, if your business does not have any W-2 employees. Otherwise, I would look at a Simple or SEP IRA.
Be careful of high-cost insurance products, they often sell to small businesses. I would look for low-cost mutual funds. I prefer passive to active, and evidence-based Dimensional Funds to passive. But if you have to chose between passive and high-cost active, choose passive.
Most brokerage houses offer these plans and they are fairly easy to set up. For my clients I use TD Ameritrade or Vanguard. I have had the worst experiences with Fidelity.
Mark Struthers CFA, CFP®
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