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401(k) plans allow employees to save for their retirement by contributing a portion of their wages to an individual account. Employers can also contribute to 401(k) plans in the form of employee benefits; be sure your 401(k) vendor can manage your employees’ investments wisely.www.business.com/finance/401k/
Learning about 401(k) plans key terms is a good place to start if you're considering starting up a retirement fund for your employees. From automatic enrollment to matching, after-tax and pre-tax contributions, 401(k) plans have several terms you may want to know before beginning one of these programs. More»
The 401k plan grew from a little known tax code loophole--which is where the 401k name came from--to the most common way workers invest for their retirement. This industry possesses trillions of dollars in allocated 401k retirement plan contributions. More»
Deciding where to keep your corporate funds can be a confusing experience. So many banks and credit unions offer competitive rates and are vying for the attention of customers who will bring in great sums of cash for their operation that it can seem a bit overwhelming. When you're looking for a place to bank, you may want to consider corporate credit unions.
A credit union is a banking facility that is essentially owned by the customers. There is generally an elected board in place, as well as the standard officers and managers of any other banking institution. However, rather than depositing funds into an account, the customer buys shares of the credit union. Corporate credit unions specialize in corporations that may need a little more hands-on care than a regular customer. They will, many times, offer special services just for corporations.
If you're looking for a corporate credit union for your business, please feel free to visit any of the resources on the left side of this page.