Specializing in 401(k) Administration and Compliance
At ANEW 401k TPA, we can help you learn more about retirement plans for a more secure future. With more than 27 years of experience, our consultants are skilled in maintaining retirement plans and ensuring they comply with the governing requirements. Let the experts assist you in understanding the different retirement plan options.
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Simplified Employee Pension (SEP)
This is a type of retirement savings plan commonly used by small businesses and self-employed individuals to meet their retirement savings needs. With higher annual contribution limits than standard individual retirement accounts, SEPs allow employers to make contributions to an eligible employee’s plan and offer retirement benefits at low administrative costs.
Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
Established by employers, SIMPLE is a tax-deferred retirement plan that is easy to set up and has low administrative costs and minimal paperwork. It works best for small businesses with 100 or fewer employees.
This plan is specifically designed for self-employed individuals and business owners with no full-time employees. In a solo 40(k) plan, you have the flexibility to make contributions as both an employer and employee.
When you choose a 401(k) plan, you are allowed to make contributions to your account through payroll deduction. This tax-advantaged, defined-contribution retirement account lets you dedicate a percentage of your pre-tax salary, which can be invested to yield growth and boost retirement savings.
Safe Harbor 401(k) Plan
Similar to the traditional type, this tax-deductible plan helps employers maximize their contributions to the accounts. A safe harbor 401(k) allows business owners to legally bypass a few nondiscrimination compliance tests.
Also known as the tax-sheltered annuity (TSA) plan, a 403(b) is a retirement plan for employees of public schools and 501(c)(3) organizations. This retirement account allows teachers, professors, and government employees to save for retirement and make additional catch-up contributions.
This plan enables you to make pre-tax contributions from your paycheck. 457(b) plan is almost the same as a 401(k) plan except that it is offered for state and local government employees.
Cash Balance Retirement Plans
You can save more and get big tax deductions with a cash balance plan.
Profit-Sharing 401(k) Plans
Funded entirely by the employer, profit-sharing plans have discretionary contribution options.
Money Purchase Plans
Designed to provide retirement income, a money purchase pension plan is a “qualified” retirement account, which has an annual fixed contribution percentage.
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