2023 Savings Dash - Finish Strong
- Now through December 31, 2023, we’re waiving our Set Up and Conversion fees for ALL plan sales.
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- On average, this results in a reduction of 40% of our standard year one administrative fees.
401(k) Plan Options
At The Retirement Advantage, Inc. (TRA), we recognize the distinct financial aspirations of both individuals and businesses. Our commitment to tailoring solutions to your unique goals is reflected in our diverse range of 401(k) plans. We invite you to delve into our 401(k) options to discover the one that aligns perfectly with your objectives.
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Safe Harbor 401(k) Plans
Safe Harbor 401(k) plans are designed to bypass annual compliance tests, providing a more straightforward administration process for business owners. This plan is ideal if you’re a 401(k) administrator looking for less hassle and a clear option. It requires employers to contribute either as a match or as a non-elective benefit to all eligible employees.
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Solo 401(k) Plans
For self-employed individuals or businesses with no employees other than the owner and their spouse, the Solo 401(k) plan is tailored for the solo 401(k) administrator. This plan offers flexibility in contributions and the ability to make more significant tax-deductible contributions compared to other 401k investment options.
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Start-Up 401(k) Plans
If you’re launching a new business, our Start-Up 401(k) plan options can help you set the financial foundation for both you and your employees. These plans offer manageable fees and are streamlined for easy 401(k) administration, making it the ideal choice for burgeoning enterprises.
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Traditional 401(k) Plans
The Traditional 401(k) investment options offer a balanced approach to retirement planning. It allows employers and employees to make contributions and is highly customizable to meet specific business needs. As a 401(k) administrator, you’ll appreciate the various options for matching and vesting.
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