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  • Care. Know. Do.

    That’s the approach we take with every nest egg.

       

About PAi

Care. Know. Do.

For more than 30 years, we have helped people successfully save for retirement, providing 401(k) administration with a singular approach: 

  • Care about our customers. 
  • Know what they need. 
  • Do it. 

Whether you are a retirement industry leader, consumer brand, worker, business owner, advocacy group or government official, you’ll find PAi brings the same vision and values to all of its partners.

The retirement challenge our country faces today is larger than any one organization can manage alone. Through strong partnerships we can empower a strong savings society. By working together we can build a world where workers are able to own their retirement readiness.

PAi brings turnkey participant outcome solutions to small businesses nationwide. With $4 billion in assets under administration, we take pride in serving:

  • 13,000 employers
  • 200,000 employee plan participants
  • 7,000 financial advisors

Partner with us today and together we can build a retirement-ready world. For more information on PAi or our 401(k) services, contact us

Nov 10, 2016
Beginning in April 2017, a new Department of Labor rule goes into effect, changing how a fiduciary is defined. The rule aims at ensuring advisors put their clients’ best interests first (instead of, for example, recommending products that generate higher commissions). For some brokerage and advisory firms, the changes mean little. But for others,... Read More
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