Attention 401(k) Retirement Plan Sponsors!

Join Element Wealth, Benefit Professionals, Inc. and Harper, Rains, Knight & Co. on Wednesday, October 24 to learn what you need to know about your retirement plan going into the end of the year. We will be looking at your responsibilities from an investment, audit and administration perspective.

Changes appear to be on the horizon for corporate retirement plans with a recent White House directive and proposals in Congress for multi-employer plans, tax credits to encourage small employers to set up workplace plans, and higher default contributions for popular auto-enrollment and escalation features, among others.

On the investment side, trade war concerns, rising interest rates in the U.S., and what appears to be a slowdown of 2017’s synchronized global growth story are all impacting global stock and bond markets. Firm partners of Element Wealth, Benefit Professionals, Inc. and HRK will provide the latest trends for plan sponsors and benefits providers.

You don’t want to miss this special event!

Where: Biaggi’s Ristorante Italiano – Renaissance at Colony Park – 970 Highland Colony Parkway – Ridgeland

When: Wednesday, October 24th

11:30 – 12:00 registration / check-in

12:00 – 1:00 Lunch & Learn

Click here to register.

Have questions? Feel free to email
juli-ann@myelementwealth.com
ava@myelementwealth.com

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