Klaas 401(K) Employer Plans & Services

Retirement Piggybanks
Your employer retirement plan is one of the most important benefits you can offer your employees — one that’s increasingly crucial in helping them save for retirement. Achieving a successful plan, however, is more challenging than ever, given the complex administrative and regulatory environment.

A growing number of plan sponsors rely on professionals to help evaluate and identify plan providers who can make plan management easier while ensuring that the services provided to the plan are necessary and the fees charged for these services are reasonable. See IRS publication here: Tips on Selecting and Monitoring Service Providers for your Employee Benefit Plan

Klaas Financial retirement advisors offer comprehensive plan-management support, providing objective, personalized assistance on many critical plan issues including:

Provider Management

Our advisors will perform an in-depth needs assessment to ascertain whether your current plan is working efficiently in meeting participant and company requirements.

Plan Design

Our advisors will provide plan design consulting and investment selection. We focus on key components to drive plan performance which demonstrates commitment to your employees and helps attract talent to your firm.

Employee Engagement

Our hands-on approach to educating employees is geared to assist them with prescriptive guidance, so that employees can truly understand where retirement benefits fit into their whole picture.

Risk Management Strategies

Our advisors will assist with managing administrative tasks and fiduciary responsibilities so that you in turn can help your employees build a financially secure and rewarding retirement.

Your employees deserve a 401(k) plan that can help them improve their retirement readiness. Klaas Financial offers services to ensure you have the most effective plan provider for your company.

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To request a free review submit the information below or call 800-396-0928 to consult with a retirement advisor.