Retirement Services & Financial Advisors​ - Serving Columbus & Beyond

How Hiring a 401(k) Company Benefits Your Employees

Submitted by Life, Inc. Retirement Services on April 11th, 2018

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As a small business owner you know that hiring and retaining talented employees is key to your company's success.  One way to attract top people is by offering a small business 401(k) retirement plan.  Not only does doing so make your company more attractive to prospective employees, it builds trust with your current workers by telling them that you are interested helping them secure their future. 

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401k Plans for Small Businesses: Why You Should Start a Small Business Retirement Plan

Submitted by Life, Inc. Retirement Services on January 3rd, 2018

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With people living longer than they used to, it is more important than ever that people start saving for retirement as early as possible. However, many people who work at small businesses do not have access to a 401k plan, as only 15% of businesses with 100 employees or less offer their employees retirement plans, and only 50% of Americans overall have access to a workplace retirement plan. Generally, small business owners do not want to offer a 401k plan due to the time and money they would have to invest to offer these benefits. While this is a valid concern, the fact is that the pros outweigh the cons of offering your employees a 401k plan. Here are just a few of the benefits you could gain by offering a 401k plan to your employees.

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What Question Should Your Company Be Asking About Its 401(k) Every Year?

Submitted by Life, Inc. Retirement Services on August 4th, 2015

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Just as most 401k plans are unique in their offerings and operations, so too are the investment committees that should be formed to guide them. However, in confronting the critical issues facing employers in the management of their plans, all employers, and their investment committees should address one key question, if not quarterly, at the very least, annually.

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