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Retirement Plan Services

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Plan Sponsors

A plan sponsor is a designated party - usually a company or employer - that sets up a healthcare of retirement plan, such as a 401(k), for the benefit of the organization's employees. The responsibilities of the plan sponsor include determining membership parameters, investment choices, and in some cases, providing contribution payments in the form of cash and/or stock.

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Plan Participants

A plan participant either contributes into a pension plan or is in a position to receive benefit payments from the plan. It includes a retired person receiving distributions from a pension plan, or a beneficiary or dependent named by a contributing member. A plan participant has the right to receive benefit payments from a pension plan, whether it is a defined benefit or a defined contribution pension plan, as long as the requirements under the plan's contract have been fulfilled. 

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401(k) Plans

403(b) Plans

457 Plans

Non-Qualified Plans

Multiple Employer Plans

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