"The skills you have learned running a
small business are basically the same skills you will need to know to
successfully manage a retirement plan - it's not about making investment
decisions, it's about managing a prudent process."
Donald B Trone,
AIFA President, Foundation for Fiduciary Studies
"In retirement planning, knowledge
is power. Education empowers everyone involved to maximize their retirement
benefits while minimizing confusion and uncertainty. A retirement plan
at work with regular payroll deduction leads to 50% or more of employees
saving, as opposed to less than 10% that take the time to set up an IRA.
Employer sponsorship is critical to future financial security."
President, Employee Benefits Research Institute
Small business owners have a special
responsibility to themselves, their employees and their business. One
important way to meet such responsibility is by being engaged in and educated
about retirement plans. Well-managed retirement plans can be a key component
of a successful company, and you do not have to be a major corporation
to have access to great information, options and support.
President, Profit Sharing/401(k) Council of America
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