Improve Your Employer's 401k Plan: How To Cut Your Fees and Keep More of the Money You Invest for Retirement

Improve Your Employer's 401k Plan: How To Cut Your Fees and Keep More of the Money You Invest for Retirement
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Improve Your Employer's 401k Plan: How To Cut Your Fees and Keep More of the Money You Invest for Retirement

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WHY YOU SHOULD READ THIS BOOK


It's well established that retirement plans for most small employers are filled with unnecessary fees. These unwarranted costs mean that you will have to make sacrifices in your quality of life in retirement. More work, less control and time for you and your Family, reduced opportunity, etc. This is wrong. You are saving for your future - not to support the financial services industry! Don't accept this - do something about it. Improve Your Employer’s 401k Plan will explain how to fix your plan so you keep more of your money and enhance your retirement prospects.


YOU WILL LEARN


Small Employers Can Have Low Cost Plans


It's a myth that smaller employers can't have low cost plans. Most small firms’ plans are so overpriced that they can reduce costs anywhere from 40% to 90%.


The Four Main Goals To Improve Your Plan


1.Use Primarily Vanguard Index Funds

2.Banish All Forms of Revenue Sharing, Commissions and Other Unnecessary Plan Fees

3.Pay For Much of Your Plan’s Services with Flat or Per Participant Fees

4.Provide One-on-One Guidance to Staff


THE PROCESS


Unfortunately you can’t snap your fingers and have a great plan. It will take some effort. We understand this can be intimidating so we have simplified the process and show you exactly how to do it, step-by-step, in Chapter 4. We provide a timeline and suggestions for each step. It’s all here - the documents, scripts, tools, and video links you need to put in a great plan. Included is access to an amazing, online RFP system we have developed for smaller employers that your firm can use at no charge!


PRAISE AND RECOGNITION FOR IMPROVE YOUR EMPLOYER’S 401K PLAN


“The prescribed process in Improve Your Employer’s 401k Plan is a fair amount of work, but I have no doubt that if you follow it, you will end up with an excellent retirement plan. The fees saved over the next few decades will more than make up for your time I am sure.” James M. Dahle, MD, author of the White Coat Investor: A Doctor's Guide to Personal Finance and Investing

Listed in “New Books of Note” on the Squared Away Blog, the blog of the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College in May 2015. (This was under the prior title of Simple Steps to Success).


ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Mark Zoril has almost 30 years of experience working with smaller employers. He understands the challenges they face in meeting the demands of their business with limited staff and revenue. More importantly, as a veteran of the financial services industry, he is intimately aware of the ploys and tactics used to sell overpriced products and services to smaller business. He draws on this experience to present a simplified approach that can help people of all types and in all positions improve their workplace plan and keep more of the money they invest for the future.

Mark is a guest blogger and shares his insights with other media outlets and sources on the changing landscape of retirement plans, how it affects plan participants, and the opportunities this creates for smaller employers.


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