Now more than ever, employees are seeking out companies that can offer a secure, comfortable future. Beyond the salary negotiations, a large part of this decision-making process lies in key benefit offerings such as 401(k) and 403(b) retirement plans. Employers that offer these plans are in a much better position to build – and retain – a strong, competitive workforce.
In the process, these employers take on a greater fiduciary role, which is outlined in the Employee Retirement Security Act of 1974, the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service. Compliance with regulations set forth by these agencies, when combined with managing a plan that serves the best interest of employees, can understandably be overwhelming. For these reasons, Sikich offers customized, open-architecture plans, as well as education and training; assessments; prudent investment practices; discretionary trustee services; and full, transparent fee disclosure to guide employers in creating competitive, mutually-beneficial plans.
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