With TPS 3(16) Service, LLC as the 3(16) fiduciary, employers can rest easy knowing that all plan decisions are made in the best interest of the participants.

Does Plan Administration Take Up Too Much of Your Time and Resources?

ERISA's stringent requirements for Plan Sponsors have made the administration of retirement plans even more complex and subject to legal challenges. Now more than ever, outsourcing these responsibilities to a qualified 3(16) fiduciary makes sound business sense.

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With TPS 3(16) Service, LLC as the 3(16) fiduciary, employers can rest easy knowing that all plan decisions are made in the best interest of the participants. There's no need for staff to spend their valuable time on ERISA requirements that demand a high level of knowledge to interpret and apply. Our experience and expertise frees you and your employees to focus on what matters most: running your business.

 

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Every company is different. We take the time to understand your unique needs and preferences. We're not a volume-driven national chain, and we customize solutions to match your specific business goals. Quality service is what you deserve. 

3(16) Plan Administrators in Northampton, MA Services

3(16) Plan Administration

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401(k) and Retirement Plan Limits for the Tax Year 2022

401(k) and Retirement Plan Limits for the Tax Year 2022

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Four Things to Know About ERISA Fidelity Bonds and Fiduciary Liability Insurance

Four Things to Know About ERISA Fidelity Bonds and Fiduciary Liability Insurance

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 ...

Fiduciary Considerations in a 401(k) Plan

Fiduciary Considerations in a 401(k) Plan

It’s important for employers to understand and meet their 401(k) fiduciary responsibilities and comply with ERISA rules to ensure the proper management ...

IRS Extends Deadlines for Retirement Plan Amendments

IRS Extends Deadlines for Retirement Plan Amendments

This month, the IRS extended the deadlines to adopt certain retirement plan amendments for most plans. Notice 2022-33 provides plan sponsors with an extension ...

Does Plan Administration Take Up Too Much of Your Time and Resources?

Does Plan Administration Take Up Too Much of Your Time and Resources?

ERISA's stringent requirements for Plan Sponsors have made the administration of retirement plans even more complex and subject to legal challenges. Now ...

“We’ve Been Hacked” – Cybersecurity and Your Employees

“We’ve Been Hacked” – Cybersecurity and Your Employees

It happens every minute of every day, in all types of businesses around the country: an employee receives a fake email and unwittingly clicks on a link ...

Market Volatility: How to Weather The Storm?

Market Volatility: How to Weather The Storm?

The volatility in the financial markets have many 401(k) plan participants asking for guidance on how to weather the storm and manage their assets. Charles ...

Getting the Word Out to Your Employees about Retirement Planning

Getting the Word Out to Your Employees about Retirement Planning

A 33-year-old single mother, Karina paid little attention to her employer’s notices about the company’s 401(k) retirement plan. Retirement seemed like ...

Starter-K Act of 2022 Introduced in the Senate

Starter-K Act of 2022 Introduced in the Senate

On March 30, 2022, Senators John Barrasso (R-WY) and Tom Carper (D-DE) introduced the bi-partisan Starter-K Act in the Senate. This bill allows employers ...

MyCTSavings Notice: Employers with Qualified Retirement Plans Must Certify Their Exception

MyCTSavings Notice: Employers with Qualified Retirement Plans Must Certify Their Exception

Connecticut has implemented a mandatory program called MyCTSavings for employers with 5 employees or more who do not currently have a retirement plan in ...

Cash Balance Plans: Don’t Miss Out!

Cash Balance Plans: Don’t Miss Out!

Cash balance plans can offer high-income business owners and executives significant tax advantages and a way to build large retirement assets. A cash balance ...

Tax Credits for Retirement Plan Start-up Costs

Tax Credits for Retirement Plan Start-up Costs

Retirement plans can help employers attract and retain workers and improve morale. If you’re a small business owner considering a qualified retirement ...

New Laws for 2022: Time to Look at your Handbooks!

New Laws for 2022: Time to Look at your Handbooks!

Paid Leave Connecticut employers have been (or should have been) withholding a small percentage of employees’ salaries this year to contribute to the ...

The Advantages of Roth After-Tax 401k Deferrals

The Advantages of Roth After-Tax 401k Deferrals

When a 401k plan includes a Roth option, participants who are eligible to make traditional pre-tax 401k deferrals are also eligible to make Roth after-tax ...

Is Your Organization Safe from Email Attacks?

Is Your Organization Safe from Email Attacks?

In the fourth edition of the Phishing and Fraud Report, it was discovered that phishing incidents rose 220% during the height of the global pandemic compared ...

Notice to Employees Regarding Saver's Credit

Notice to Employees Regarding Saver's Credit

This notice explains how you may be able to pay less tax by contributing to your Employer’s Plan or to an individual retirement arrangement (“IRA”). If ...

What You Need to Know about New Rules for Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs)

What You Need to Know about New Rules for Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs)

A required minimum distribution, or RMD, is the minimum amount that must be withdrawn each year from a retirement account such as an IRA, 401(K), 403(B) ...

Why Your Company should Hire a 3(16) Fiduciary

Why Your Company should Hire a 3(16) Fiduciary

Offering an attractive 401(k) plan is important to attract and retain good employees, but just as important is effective administration of the plan. Hiring ...

Plan Fiduciary Services and Why They Matter

Plan Fiduciary Services and Why They Matter

3(16) Fiduciary Service and Why You Should Care People who exercise control and authority over the management of a retirement plan's assets are fiduciaries. ...

TPS Group Now Offers 3(16) Plan Administration

TPS Group Now Offers 3(16) Plan Administration

With TPS 3(16) Service, LLC as the 3(16) fiduciary, employers can rest easy knowing that all plan decisions are made in the best interest of the participants. Does ...

Fiduciary Responsibilities

Fiduciary Responsibilities

Key Facts Employers Need to Know Employers who offer 401(k) Profit Sharing Plans must meet standards of conduct and practice under ERISA, but misconceptions ...

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