TPS Group is a Third-Party Retirement Administrator (TPA) firm.
At TPS Group, we know that whe you choose a Employee Benefits Consulting Firm will have a significant impact on the shape and perception of your Employee Benefit Program.
Selecting and hiring the right fit amongst your opptions of Third Party Administrator (TPA) firms will make a impact positive and add value to the retirement plans you offer to your employees.
Third Party Administrator Divisions
Retirement Plan Consultants (TPA Services)
Employer Sponsored Benefit Plans
Group Medical Benefits
Third Party Administrator Services
Health Reimbursement Accounts are funded and owned solely by the employer and utilized for the benefit of employees to cover the cost of medical expenses chosen by the employer.
Offering your employees Flexible Spending Account Benefits. FSAs offer many benefits for both employers and employees, including substantial savings on qualified healthcare expenses.
At TPS Group, we offer all of the services you need to simplify the management of your company retirement plan and to maintain compliance.
TPS Group is a Third Party Retirement Administrator (TPA) committed to your company's success.
Here at The Pension Service, we understand Retirement Plans and the importance that they play within your company; for both you and your employees. TPS Group works with businesses like yours to help achieve long-term success. The Pension Service will help you design a 401(k) Program that your employees can easily understand and feel confident participating in.
A company retirement plan in which a retired employee receives a specific amount based on salary history and years of service and in which the employer bears the investment risk.
Managing a retirement plan for your company shouldn’t be a burden. When you enroll in The Multiple Employer Plan from The Pension Service you benefit from the support of a company with 50 years of experience in administering retirement plans for businesses just like yours.
TPS Group offers the expertise needed to develop and implement a Profit Sharing Plan that is tailor fit to your business. As with 401(k) plans, you can make a profit-sharing plan as simple or as complex as you want. A profit-sharing plan is available for a business of any size, and it can be established even if a company already has other retirement plans.
A simple, low cost, innovative approach to Prevailing Wage Law Compliance. Our program offers an easy to understand solution that satisfies DOL requirements, while providing an open shop contractor the opportunity to not only lower their expenses, but reduce their liability.
At The Pension Service, we are committed to provide the highest quality actuarial, consulting and retirement plan administration services by listening carefully and being responsive with creative solutions that meet the unique needs and objectives of our clients.
We offer a variety of retirement plans for businesses of all sizes.
Third Party Administrator Team Members
President and Owner
Partner and Vice-President
Vice-President of Operations
Vice-President of Sales and Marketing
Sales Consultant/Client Relationship Representative, North Haven, CT location
Sales Consultant, Westbrook, Maine location
Sales Consultant/Client Relationship Representative, Westbrook, Maine location
Vice President & Consulting Actuary
Director, Pension Plan Design and Consulting
Vice President - Defined Contribution Department
Defined Contribution Manager, North Haven, CT location
Defined Contribution Manager, Westbrook, ME location
Defined Contribution Manager, Acton, MA location
Defined Contribution Manager, Buffalo NY location
Third Party Administrator Resources
- State employment laws
- State independent contractor rules
- Workers’ compensation
- Safety training & compliance assistance
Job analysis and job description development
Human resource data – laws, policies, forms and tools
Benefit plan compliance and assistance (health and retirement) COBRA HIPPA
Third Party Administrator Frequently Asked Questions
If you establish a profit-sharing plan, you:
- Can have other retirement plans
- Can be a business of any size
- Need to annually file a Form 5500