401k millennial

What to do when young employees don’t join the 401(k)

July 21, 2016 by Healy Jones

There’s a lot competing for your employees’ attentions, and saving for retirement is often one of the furthest things from people’s minds. While this can […]

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John Oliver Took On One of America’s Largest 401(k) Providers and Won

July 19, 2016 by Esther Kim

Earlier this year, John Oliver and his team decided to offer a 401(k) plan. Vetted by their parent company, the team was told they had […]

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ForUsAll In the News

July 14, 2016 by Healy Jones

At ForUsAll, I couldn’t be more thrilled with the love we’ve received from the press recently. While I know the work we’re doing is critical […]

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3 Tips to Increase 401(k) Participation

July 12, 2016 by Davis Yates

Every single day, I work with people in HR and finance. I talk to CEOs and their benefits advisers. And every single day, I find […]

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small business 401k founders

Raising Series A and Our Next Chapter

July 1, 2016 by Shin Inoue

We’re excited to announce the closing of our latest fundraising, a $9.5M Series A investment led by Foundation Capital, which will allow us to scale […]

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5 Tips to Boost 401(k) Participation

June 25, 2016 by Healy Jones

Ever wonder why saving for retirement is so difficult, and why your company’s 401(k) participation rate is not as high as you’d hope? Behavioral economists […]

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How one email can help underserved communities thrive

December 17, 2015 by Dave Boudreau

After yet another candid interview with a customer and why they decided to check us out, I’m convinced that word-of-mouth is still the single most […]

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Rival IQ Offers Tech-Friendly 401(k)

December 11, 2015 by Shin Inoue

Rival IQ serves up digital marketing analytics for companies that want to keep tabs on their competitors. Prior to raising an additional round of funding […]

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safe harbor 401(k)

Safe Harbor 401(k): How to avoid this costly option

November 12, 2015 by Esther Kim

Safe harbor plans exist for employers to avoid two tests the IRS runs every year, known as nondiscrimination tests — but safe harbor plans are […]

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Too Few Cooks in the Kitchen? Restaurant-friendly 401(k)s Can Help

November 11, 2015 by Jeff Schulte

What does a 401(k) have to do with hiring cooks? Well, in a nutshell, a restaurant-friendly 401(k) is a broad-based benefit that appeals to restaurant […]

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