Profit Sharing Retirement Plans: The Right Benefit For Your Firm?

Profit Sharing plans are one of the fastest growing retirement benefits in America because of the tax advantages and flexibility they offer business leaders. But is it the right move for your firm?

If you're looking to maximize your annual tax-deferred retirement savings well beyond the $34,000/year maximum allowed under a traditional 401(k) and better align employee compensation with company performance, profit sharing is a great option.

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1 Schwab 2022 401(k) Participant Study - Gen Z/Millenial Focus, October 2022.
2 As of 12/31/2022. Employees include both current employees and terminated participants with a balance.
3 "Morgan Stanley At Work: The Value of a Financial Advisor" Morgan Stanley, March 2022.
4 Sarah Britton was a client when she provided this testimonial through an independent third party review website. She received no compensation for her remarks. There are no known conflicts of interest in the provision of her comments related to the services provided.