National TPA Day
John Hancock has declared October 16, 2018 the fourth annual National TPA Day as a way to acknowledge what TPAs do to make 401(k) plans work the way they should.
We love helping our clients understand and implement retirement plans designed to meet their goals. As a TPA, we offer:
- customized plan designs to meet your corporate goals;
- communicate legislative and regulatory changes;
- compliance expertise;
- delivering high-level consulting the technical aspects of a retirement plan.
Please contact us if you have any questions about how we can help you implement the right plan for your company.
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