Company Retirement Planning
PSPs, 401(k) retirement plans, SEPs, SIMPLE Plans, we offer all of these — plus expert advice — to help small and medium-size businesses develop the proper retirement plan for their employees.
Attracting and retaining quality employees requires businesses to offer competitive and cost-effective benefits. Bill Few Associates is dedicated to working with business owners to make the right choices when it comes to comprehensive 401(k) and other financial planning tools. Our experience and advice will help guide you through the process of selecting and managing the plan that is right for you and your business.
Some key components of our company retirement planning includes:
- High-performance company retirement planning that satisfy your goals
- Regular reviews and updates of your plans to ensure performance and participation
- Advisement to make sure you meet the requirements under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA)
- Simple and easy-to-understand plans for your employees
If you are a business owner, you will want to be prepared to offer competitive, high-value retirements plans to your valuable employees. Find out how Bill Few Associates can make that a reality.
Our Planning Process
We’ll be with you every step of the way.
We get to know you and your lifestyle and evaluate your financial situation.
We identify and explain the opportunities for your personalized plan.
Create your plan, and together put the plan into action.
Meet regularly to make sure your plan is on track.
Getting started is easy.
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