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We regularly survey BuyerZone users to ask how their purchases went. We've used their responses to provide a sampling of actual prices paid for employee retirement plans.
This chart provides quick details for each of the main types of employee retirement plans from traditional 401k plans to various kinds of Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA).
Have you considered "matching"? Empower yourself with the latest retirement plan industry lingo.
The Roth 401k combines the Roth IRA's power of tax-free withdrawals with the flexibility and investment options of a traditional 401k plan.
An employer 401k plan allows employees to save for their own retirement. Each worker can set aside tax-deferred funds with each paycheck.
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Instead of fronting the costs of administrating an employee retirement plan for your employees, consider offering a Safe Harbor 401k plan. This take on the popular 401k plan allows employees of all salary levels to make the maximum salary deferral contributions.
When you decide to set up a retirement plan for your business, you don't have to go it alone. You can seek help in designing the right plan, preparing the necessary plan document, ensuring regulatory compliance, and managing the fund investments.
Your objective in setting up a retirement plan is to provide your employees with a valuable benefit that will enhance your ability to attract and retain the best employees.
The benefits of employer 401k plans can be two-fold: considerable tax deductions for you and reduced taxable income for your employees.
The best retirement plan for an LLC depends on what's most important for the partners and the company's employees. Generally, an LLC can set up any type of retirement plan.
Unless you're a large company with ample accounting and HR resources, you'll probably turn to an outside source to set up your plan. But it helps to know what's involved in set-up and what to look for in a provider.
There are many components employers must consider when looking at their best retirement plans company options. Here's a look at some of the challenges facing employers - and possible solutions.
When you're ready to choose between providers, it helps to be able to compare them by having them all answer the same set of questions. Here are BuyersZone's suggestions for the best questions to ask.
Non-profit business, universities, and hospitals can offer a retirement plan that allows for after-tax contributions but tax-free withdrawals.
If you're a company that has fewer than 100 employees and is in need of a cheap retirement plan solution, the SIMPLE 401k plan may be the way to go.
Retirement plans for nonprofit organizations are diverse and different from their for-profit counterparts. It's important for every company to at least offer some type of retirement savings vehicle for its employees. Let's take a look at retirement plans for nonprofit organizations in more detail.