There are many facets to a defined contribution retirement plan and you need to be able to depend on a Third Party Administration firm that not only knows how they work and that can answer your questions on technical issues, but that also knows how to communicate those things to you in understandable terms. Integrity and attention to detail are embedded in our daily tasks so that our customers have the utmost confidence placing their retirement plan in our hands.
We specialize in providing high-quality retirement plan administration for companies of just about any size. Our services are designed to keep costs reasonable without sacrificing service or quality. We are committed to offering an exceptional experience that produces optimal outcomes for plan sponsors, participants and the advisor community.
17 Years Experience
Our team, with an average of seventeen years industry experience, is continually recognized in the retirement plan arena for superior service, exceptional record keeping and low cost administration of employer sponsored retirement plans, a combination seldom found in today's marketplace. Blue Chip Retirement Plans, Inc. embodies the trust factor.
401(k) and profit sharing plans can be rewarding for both the employer and employees when properly designed and administered. From our years of experience, we have found that no two plans are exactly alike. Our team can provide an unbiased analysis for your retirement plan with no cost for initial consulting.
401(k) and profit sharing plans can be rewarding for both the employer and employees when properly designed and administered. Throughout our 17+ years of experience, we have found no two plans are exactly alike. Whether you’re evaluating your current plan or looking to set up a new plan, our professional team of experts can provide a complementary, unbiased analysis of your retirement plan.
The rules regarding hardship distributions from qualified plans are changing as a result of legislation signed into law in February 2018. These changes are effective on the first day of the Plan Year that begins on or after January 1, 2019. Please see link for details.