Our range of secure and integrated cloud-based tools place the resources you need to self-manage your portfolio at your fingertips.
For Business Recordkeeping
We use only the most secure and accessible cloud-based solutions. As a plan participant, third party administrator, or financial advisor, you’ll have access to the most advanced communications tools, as well as a seamless electronic link to Charles Schwab’s range of investment choices, tools and technology, and asset protection.
Our recordkeeping services are wide-ranging and technologically secure.
For Business Recordkeeping
Timely processing of contributions, distributions, and loans
Daily valuation of participant accounts and trading confirmations
Participant directed fund transfers
Same-day exchange trading
Rebalancing of managed models
Access to view digital retirement accounts
Full-time client service via telephone, web, or email
Our work doesn’t end when we find the right plan for you. One of the most important aspects of our job is ensuring you and your employees are getting the most out of their plan.
For Business Third Party Administrator
Superior Participant & Customer Service
You and your employers will have access to our dynamic, knowledgeable, and responsive customer service team. They can assist you with all of your questions and needs. We also offer quarterly statements so you can keep tabs on your portfolio, and regular enrollment and education meetings.
Why use a boutique third party administrator (TPA) for retirement plan administration?
A boutique TPA makes a plan sponsor’s life easier through competent administration, efficient plan design, and administrative expertise. They advise and support the plan sponsor on all their duties to ensure the plan remains qualified and tax deferred.
What is an Investment Policy Statement (IPS)?
An IPS is a written document that provides guidance for a retirement plans’ trustees and investment professionals regarding the selection and management of investment assets based on established and documented investment goals and objectives. When used properly, this document can limit liability, provide consistency, and set expectations for investment performance.
What is ERISA?
Employee Retirement Income Security Act, (ERISA), is a federal law that sets standards of protection for individuals in most voluntarily established, private-sector retirement plans.
What is an Open Architecture Plan?
Open architecture plans allow retirement plans to invest in funds from a wide variety of mutual fund families. In an open architecture fund inclusion is based on the individual merits of each fund.
How can an Open Architecture plan benefit my company’s retirement plan?
With an open architecture 401(k) platform, all fees are transparent. In addition, the Plan Sponsor (the business owner) can select from the entire mutual fund marketplace, including many institutional class funds.