Are you a benefit plan administrator for a public school district, hospital group, or 501(c)(3) organization? 403(b) plans provide retirement benefits for employees in these specific nonprofit business sectors. Like a 401(k), 403(b) plans allow participants to diversify their investment allocations and tailor their portfolios to meet their long-term retirement goals. Unlike 401(k) plans, 403(b) plans incur limits in terms of investment options and employer matching potential. Leveraging a 403(b) plan to meet your nonprofit business goals can be tricky and complicated. Expand your 403(b) plan knowledge by exploring our 403(b) articles on the Watkins Ross blog. From minimum distribution requirements to IRS updates, Watkins Ross has everything you need to customize your retirement plan and ensure your benefits align with your long-term objectives. Contact us here to learn more about 403(b) plan designs and administration features.