Retirement State Mandates
It should come as no surprise that there’s a coverage gap in the retirement industry—specifically as it relates to small businesses. Only four in ten small businesses offer any type of retirement benefit to employees, making it a serious challenge for employees of small companies to properly prepare for a financially-secure retirement. Now, these state governments are stepping in to tell small business owners that they’re going to have to start offering a retirement plan to their employees, whether they want to or not.
401(k) vs. State-Auto IRA Comparisons
A variety of states have already introduced legislation mandating that employers offer their employees a state-run retirement plan to save in, unless the employer already offers a different qualified retirement plan to employees, like a 401(k). Learn about the key differences between traditional 401(k) plans and the state-run auto-IRA programs with these side-by-side comparisons.
IRA plans allow employees to contribute to their retirement plan straight from their paycheck, but are there advantages to offering the 401(k) over a state-run Roth IRA—and vice versa?
All employers in Oregon, whether they have zero employees or 1,000 employees, will be required to offer their employees a retirement plan to save in. Download to review a 401(k) vs. OregonSaves IRA comparison, two options that satisfy the mandate.
The CalSavers state-run Roth IRA program was set up as a payroll-deducted auto-IRA plan, automatically enrolling employees into the plan once they become eligible. Download to learn about differences between traditional 401(k) plans and the CalSavers Roth IRA.
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