When you’re considering sponsoring a 401(k) program at your small business, it’s critically important to select the right 401(k) provider for you.
Since the more participants you have, the better your plan works, we want to go over with you some ways in which you can encourage and successfully convince employees to participate in your 401(k) plan.
While some business owners may realize some distinct advantages of joining a PEP versus implementing their own 401(k) plan, there are some downsides to going this route.
One of the benefits of becoming a 401(k) plan sponsor include reducing your business’s tax liability. Let’s take a look at how it works.
As the owner of a small-to-medium-sized business, you may be contemplating whether to use the services of a financial advisor when you get your 401(k) plan up and running.
Clay Oaks, CEO of Impact Suite, sits down with Dan Beck to discuss mental wellness concerns in the workplace, and how small businesses can offer impactful benefits to their employees.