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HSAs: A Tax Trifecta Investment Opportunity

When it comes to fiscally frugal health insurance options, health savings accounts (HSAs) aren’t exactly new to the game. They’ve been around since 2003 and have only increased in popularity among employers, politicians and certain types of employees. In recent years, however, the growth in popularity of HSAs is due less to the accounts’ function [...]

HSAs: A Tax Trifecta Investment Opportunity 2018-05-29T17:43:48+00:00

If you have ever opened a brokerage account with an advisor, you know the first step is gathering information to determine the risk profile and appropriate investment allocation for the individual. In order to determine the appropriate allocation for a client, financial advisors will inquire about income level, savings rate, net worth, time horizon, spending [...]

2018-02-26T13:29:56+00:00

Your Newest Employee Benefit—Student Loan Debt Repayment Assistance

Student loan reimbursement programs are a fast growing employee benefit. Approximately 70 percent of 2016 college graduates have student loans with an average balance of $37,000.¹ The Society for Human Resource Management reports that while only about 3 percent of employers offer this benefit, interest among employers is growing rapidly. Research also shows that a [...]

Your Newest Employee Benefit—Student Loan Debt Repayment Assistance 2018-02-20T17:13:19+00:00

Do You Send Participant Notices via Email? Should you?

Do You Send Participant  Notices via Email? Should you? The number of notices and disclosures required to retirement plan participants has increased while methods to access information changed drastically. Many people receive their news and information on electronic devices through apps and social media. What remains [...]

Do You Send Participant Notices via Email? Should you? 2018-02-13T10:10:37+00:00

Study: Employees are Financially Stressed and What it Means to your Business

Study: Employees are Financially Stressed and What it Means to your Business I read in the paper today (Star Tribune, 1/1/2018: “Helping workers solve money angst”) some amazing figures.  According to the surveys that were cited, there are a considerable number – a third - of employees who feel uncertainty about money.  These folks think [...]

Study: Employees are Financially Stressed and What it Means to your Business 2018-01-11T15:05:17+00:00

Market Outlook 2018

RETURN OF THE BUSINESS CYCLE OVER THE PAST EIGHT YEARS, extraordinarily accommodative monetary policy has served as the primary catalyst for spurring continued economic growth in the U.S. and around the globe. Although the economic expansion has delivered steady gross domestic product (GDP) growth, consistent returns for the broad stock market, and an improving job [...]

Market Outlook 2018 2018-01-04T11:46:47+00:00

Evaluating Your Fiduciary Process

Evaluating Your Fiduciary Process Believe it or not, an efficient retirement plan committee does not happen by chance. The “best practices” your committee upholds form the foundation for a prudent process creating an opportunity for employees to pursue their retirement goals. Companies of any size can benefit from a consistent process and should consider implementing [...]

Evaluating Your Fiduciary Process 2018-01-04T10:56:42+00:00