How the CARES Act Affects Retirement Plans

Many of our clients are feeling the far-reaching affects of COVID-19, both from a health standpoint and a financial one. As a 401k TPA (Third Party Administrator) of retirement plans for dozens of organizations, the staff at PlanPerfect Retirement believe it’s important to try to unravel the confusing language of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and…

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Combination Plan Design

Retirement plans fall into one of two categories: Defined Contribution Plans and Defined Benefit Pension Plans. Defined Contribution Plans, also known as retirement savings programs, cover a broad range of programs such as Profit Sharing and 401(k) plans. These types of programs allow owners and employees to make contributions that are allocated to individual participant…

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Earned vs. Passive Income: Why It Matters For Retirement Contributions

A recurring question that comes up each year is how much can I contribute to a retirement plan?

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Buyer Beware: Why retirement plan sponsors should think twice before using payroll provider TPAs

When it comes to 401(k) plan administration and payroll, they don’t have much to do with each other beyond salary deferrals

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2020 Cost of Living Adjustment

Click Here For Pdf 2020-IRS-COLA A cost of living adjustment (COLA) can be defined as an increase in wages or contributions to match the rate of inflation. The figure will vary based on where you live and includes estimates based on things like housing, clothing, utilities, food, taxes, etc. As the cost of living increases…