Studies have shown that when employees are stressed about their finances, their morale, productivity and tenure is likely to be negatively affected, which can cost employers. Help boost your employees' financial wellness with our Emergency Savings Fund solution as an employee benefit. Learn more
Our Workplace Savings Solutions increase access to retirement solutions for small businesses when a 401(k) isn’t the right fit. Learn how to choose and administer a plan. For more, visit our Workplace Savings Solutions page.
The Retirement Savings Selector Tool for Small Businesses can help small business owners identify which retirement plan may be the best fit from a few quick and easy questions. Visit the Retirement Savings Selector Tool to explore your options.
Millions of businesses in the U.S. don’t offer any retirement plan due to perceived costs and misunderstanding of options. When a 401(k) isn’t the right fit, small businesses have easier, more cost-effective options to help their employees save.
Retirement savings options like SIMPLE, SEP and Payroll Deducted IRAs are less costly and administratively complex than a 401(k) for businesses of a smaller size.
In an evolving American economy, issues with Social Security, pensions, early withdrawals, a lack of access to retirement plans and insufficient savings all paint a bleak picture of Retirement in America. But there are still reasons to be hopeful.
Use this calculator to see the benefits of an Individual 401(k) for the self-employed.
This survey explored employer awareness of retirement saving benefit options, barriers and drivers to adopting retirement savings programs, and attractive aspects of programs. The survey also looked at how employers and employees view the impact of savings benefit programs on employee retention/attraction, and views...
Our survey of small businesses and employees revealed joint interest in retirement savings, but misconceptions about their retirement options have caused small businesses not to take action.
Retirement savings plans are important to Millennials and can help small businesses attract and retain talent.
As state-sponsored retirement plans become more widespread, federal plans, like multiple employer plans (MEPs), have come front and center. But, small businesses want a private option for retirement savings, not a one-size-fits-all approach.
Americans aren’t saving enough for retirement. Small businesses have options to offer retirement savings plans to their employees.