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Combining Payroll Processing and 401(k) Administration

Employee Benefits
Blue Paper
07/08/2016

A 401(k) plan is not just a great benefit for your employees, it can help companies attract the best talent. But how do you handle the cost and complexity of 401(k) plan administration and paperwork? Download this free whitepaper and see the value of combining your 401(k) administration with payroll, such as:

  • Increased Peace of Mind. You'll know that your employees' money will be deducted and transmitted in a safe and timely manner.
  • Strength and Security. A reputable payroll provider is far better equipped to handle the exacting standards of 401(k) recordkeeping than the typical 401(k) third party administrator (TPA).
  • Focused Expertise. A national payroll service works with businesses of varying sizes and industries to focus on the specific needs of your business.
  • Regulatory Responsibility. Get help complying with mandatory federal and state regulations.

Learn how combining a 401(k) with a qualified payroll service provider can help streamline your 401(k) plan record keeping as well as your ability to manage 401(k) plan contributions.

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