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How to Protect Your Key Employees: Life and Disability Insurance for Business Owners

The success of a business often hinges on the expertise and dedication of its key employees. These individuals are the backbone of your company, and their absence can lead to significant setbacks. In this blog post, we'll discuss how business owners can protect their...

4 Retirement Plans That Your Employees Will Want to Stay For

Employees are a company's most valuable resource. They are the ones who make things happen, and they deserve to be treated well. A retirement plan is one of the best ways to show your employees that you care about them and creating a plan to incentivize the retention...

Securing A Strong Retirement Act of 2022 (SECURE 2.0)

American workers are set to be the key beneficiaries of the ongoing transformation of retirement savings plans, with small businesses playing a bigger role to make this a reality. On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, the House of Representatives turned up in a big way to pass...

Should You Support Your Employee’s Side Businesses?

As an employer, it may feel difficult to support your employee's side businesses.  But first, let’s dive into why it might be beneficial to your business by supporting them. The U.S is recognized for its great economy and hardworking population. Unfortunately, the...

Can Real Estate Investors Have A 401k Plan?

There are several ways to invest in real estate.  However, it depends on a few factors if real estate investors can have a 401k plan. While the joys of being a real estate investor are many, so are the stressors. One of the main stressors is that you have to plan for...

What Is A 401k Controlled Group? Here’s Everything You Need to Know.

If you're not sure exactly what is a 401k controlled group, this article will help you determine if you're businesses are in one.  In what seems like an ever-shrinking talent pool, being an employer that matches 401k contributions by your employees gives you an easier...

IRS Announces New 401k Contribution Limits For 2022

In the coming year of 2022, employers will look forward to the newly increased 401k contribution limits for their employees. According to the IRS Notice-2021-61, the limits of most defined contributions and defined benefit plans will be increased upwards. This also...

How Does Annual 401(k) Non-Discrimination Testing Work?

A 401(k) plan is a complex business management aspect that most small and medium-sized businesses struggle with. Non-discrimation testing just to mention one. There's a lot to understand, from confusing legal terms to strict regulations that are hard to follow when...

What Do Employees Value More: Higher Pay or Better Benefits?

Recruiting is increasingly becoming hard nowadays, and even after hiring employees, retaining them is becoming an even bigger challenge.  So, what do employees value more, higher pay or better benefits? A study shows that three million American employees quit their...

What is a Mega Backdoor Roth 401k

Maybe you've heard of a mega backdoor Roth 401k already.  But, how do you navigate creating one as an employer with employees?  Read below as we answer the question, what is a mega backdoor Roth 401k, and how to navigate it as an employer. Saving for retirement is...
4 Retirement Plans That Your Employees Will Want to Stay For

4 Retirement Plans That Your Employees Will Want to Stay For

Employees are a company's most valuable resource. They are the ones who make things happen, and they deserve to be treated well. A retirement plan is one of the best ways to show your employees that you care about them and creating a plan to incentivize the retention...

Securing A Strong Retirement Act of 2022 (SECURE 2.0)

Securing A Strong Retirement Act of 2022 (SECURE 2.0)

American workers are set to be the key beneficiaries of the ongoing transformation of retirement savings plans, with small businesses playing a bigger role to make this a reality. On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, the House of Representatives turned up in a big way to pass...

Should You Support Your Employee’s Side Businesses?

Should You Support Your Employee’s Side Businesses?

As an employer, it may feel difficult to support your employee's side businesses.  But first, let’s dive into why it might be beneficial to your business by supporting them. The U.S is recognized for its great economy and hardworking population. Unfortunately, the...

Can Real Estate Investors Have A 401k Plan?

Can Real Estate Investors Have A 401k Plan?

There are several ways to invest in real estate.  However, it depends on a few factors if real estate investors can have a 401k plan. While the joys of being a real estate investor are many, so are the stressors. One of the main stressors is that you have to plan for...

IRS Announces New 401k Contribution Limits For 2022

IRS Announces New 401k Contribution Limits For 2022

In the coming year of 2022, employers will look forward to the newly increased 401k contribution limits for their employees. According to the IRS Notice-2021-61, the limits of most defined contributions and defined benefit plans will be increased upwards. This also...

How Does Annual 401(k) Non-Discrimination Testing Work?

How Does Annual 401(k) Non-Discrimination Testing Work?

A 401(k) plan is a complex business management aspect that most small and medium-sized businesses struggle with. Non-discrimation testing just to mention one. There's a lot to understand, from confusing legal terms to strict regulations that are hard to follow when...

What Do Employees Value More: Higher Pay or Better Benefits?

What Do Employees Value More: Higher Pay or Better Benefits?

Recruiting is increasingly becoming hard nowadays, and even after hiring employees, retaining them is becoming an even bigger challenge.  So, what do employees value more, higher pay or better benefits? A study shows that three million American employees quit their...

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