TPS Group Provides Retirement Plan Management, Payroll, and Benefit Solutions
TPS Group is a family of companies providing a variety of products and services in the area of Retirement Planning and Plan Management, Payroll, and Benefits. By offering an a la carte menu of specialized services, TPS Group can help you run your business more efficiently.
Our Strategic Partner for HR Services: Blueprint HR Solutions
Blueprint HR Solutions provides expertise in all key HR functional areas. Even organizations with fully developed HR departments can run into unexpected challenges. Whether you need guidance on a particular matter, help executing an HR initiative, an outside third-party perspective on a critical issue, or simply expertise in an area such as compensation, our experienced HR Consulting team is a strategic partner for you at all levels of your organization.
Many employees have worked for us for 15 years or more, often bringing with them business savvy gained throughout their careers.
We continue to combine our use of cutting-edge technology in providing clients what they need.
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Four Things to Know About ERISA Fidelity Bonds and Fiduciary Liability Insurance
Posted on Sep 30, 2022
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act known as “ERISA” regulates 401(k) and most other types of employee benefit plans. Under ERISA, anyone who handles retirement plan funds must be covered by a fidelity bond. The bond protects the plan from losses that may result from fraudulent or dishonest acts. »
Defined Benefit Plans are Alive and Well
Posted on Sep 26, 2022
You’ve likely heard about a decline in the number of Defined Benefit plans. But the reality is a DB plan is still a great tax and retirement savings vehicle that can produce superior retirement outcomes for the right client. Are you one? »
Fiduciary Considerations in a 401(k) Plan
Posted on Sep 12, 2022
It’s important for employers to understand and meet their 401(k) fiduciary responsibilities and comply with ERISA rules to ensure the proper management of their workers’ and retirees’ plan assets. A 401(k) plan must have at least one named fiduciary, either a person or entity, that has control over the plan’s operation. »