Our Retirement Plan Services team can help design and maintain turnkey financial services plans that best fit your organization’s needs. Below are some of the plans that we offer:
Defined Contribution Plan
Profit Sharing Plans
Cross-Tested 401(k) Plans
Safe Harbor 401(k) Plans
Defined Benefit Plans
Cash Balance Plans
Money Purchase Pension Plans
Non-Qualified Deferred Compensations Plans
Top Hat Plans
Key Employee Plans
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-John Doe | Minneapolis
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Trust Point knows the importance of retirement planning for individuals and organizations. That’s why we’re committed to providing you with an entirely personalized experience that best meets your goals. Let us help you improve your retirement plan so you can have confidence knowing your money is in the right place.
What We Do
Trust Point is a full-service, independent financial institution serving the Midwest region with premier wealth management services. For those that are preparing to enter the later stages of life, we will help plan your retirement so you can enjoy your time without having to worry about finances. From asset allocation to estate planning to 401(k) management, our expert team is always ready to help a client better prepare for the road ahead. Since 1913, we’ve been committed to providing personalized solutions that deliver results. That is what has continued to set us apart from our competitors for more than a century.
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No – the federal government does not require employers to offer retirement plans to their employees. The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is the law that governs all retirement plans in the United States, and does not state it as law. If employers elect to offer retirement, they must follow the guidelines regarding how plans are managed and operated.
A pension plan is funded by the employer and a 401(k) is funded by the employee or a combination of employer/employee. Pension plans guarantee a monthly check in retirement where as a 401(k) does not offer guarantees. A 401(k) allows the employee control over fund contributions and level of risk, and a pension plan does not.
A retirement advisor that specializes in either individual or organizational retirement plans can help you take control of your future. A future that is full of wealth opportunities.
To get started, reach out one of Trust Point’s dedicated service representatives today. Call us at 800-658-9474 or fill out a form on the contact page. We are looking forward to connecting with you!