Qualified Retirement Plans

Our Approach

As professionals with many years of experience in corporate retirement plans, our role is to serve as your company’s advocate – helping you connect your goals with the resources you need to accomplish them.

We offer comprehensive services for a variety of defined contribution plans, including 401(k) Plans, Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), Profit Sharing or Stock Bonus Plans, 403(b) Plans, and Simplified Employee Pension Plans (SEPs)

Our approach is based on a business model supported by three core pillars: Simplicity, Focus and Balance.


We do the Work for You

  • Evaluate your current retirement plan, a process that includes identifying places where you may be paying hidden and unnecessary fees
  • Vendor benchmarking
  • Maximize tax benefits
  • Protect you and your company’s fiduciaries from unnecessary litigation
  • Write a Request for Proposal (RFP) and analyze proposals to make sure you obtain the best solution
  • Monitor your plan investments
  • Educate and motivate your employees to participate


Results, Not Procedures

  • Think of us as one of your employees — one who just doesn’t happen to have an office on site.
  • Our expertise is in helping you get the results you want, and helping you understand the complex rules and regulations.
  • We sit on your side of the negotiating table to find the best retirement plan solution for your company.
  • Once your plan is implemented, we monitor it regularly to make sure it continues to meet your company’s goals over time.
  • That leaves you free to focus on what you do best: running your business.


Minimize Costs, Maximize Value

  • Like many business owners, you are likely concerned about plan costs.
  • Often, we are able to uncover places where you are paying unnecessary expenses and use that money to reduce your plan’s future expenses and cover other plan fees.
  • Our Retirement Plan Diagnostic is conducted at the outset of our relationship and then, on a regular basis, to determine if there are opportunities for cost savings or program enhancements. This allows us to identify strategies and elements that may have been overlooked or not kept current.