A Fintech Makes It Easy For Small Businesses To Offer 401(k) Retirement Benefits

The Great Resignation has made attracting and retaining employees a top priority. After health insurance, providing retirement benefits is the second most frequently offered benefit to attract talent. State and city regulation is prompting more interest in 401(k) plans, too! More than one-third of small businesses that do not currently offer 401(k) plans expect to within 12 months.

A 401(k) retirement plan is also a way to take care of employees’ financial wellness and provide a tax benefit to companies and their employees. But legacy 401(k) providers avoid marketing to the smallest businesses because the market isn’t very profitable. Yet, the vast majority of companies have fewer than

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