5 Questions to Ask About Your Company's 401(k) Plan
As someone responsible for managing their company’s 401(k) plan, how do you know when your 401(k) plan might need a maintenance check? Your answers to the five questions in this tool will help you assess your current 401(k) and identify any improvements that could be made.
Too often, a 401(k) plan—and retirement in general—doesn’t get the attention it deserves from employees. That’s where you come in. As the person responsible for the administration of your company’s 401(k) plan, you can help your employees maximize this important benefit. Your answers to the five questions below will help you assess your current 401(k) plan and identify any improvements that could be made.
If you answered "no" to even one question, read how our hands-on, customized approach to your company's 401(k) plan can change things for the better, and help your employees be ready for retirement.
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Your role in the success of your company’s 401(k) plan is crucially important—and Fisher Investments 401(k) Solutions is here to help. Our hands-on, personalized approach reduces your day-to-day administrative work, and, more importantly, positions your employees for retirement readiness. Here’s how:
CUSTOMIZED ENROLLMENT DAYWe work with you to create an enrollment day specific to your employee demographics and interests.
INVESTMENT FLEXIBILITYWe help employees set and meet their retirement savings goals with a range of customized investing options and ongoing education.
PERSONALIZED INTERACTIONOne-on-one, face-to-face meetings with a dedicated Fisher Retirement Counselor, not a salesperson, can be scheduled regularly.
RESPONSIVE SERVICEWe’re always just a phone call away— the same team that enrolled each employee is often available to help out in any way they can.
LEGAL PROTECTIONAs a 3(38) Investment Manager, we will reduce your legal liability and regulatory risk by taking on the responsibility of selecting and monitoring your investment fund line-up.
Our track record speaks for itself: our clients typically experience a 55% increase in participation rates and an 100% increase in deferral rates.
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