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Even though 401(k) plans have proven to be advantageous, many Americans still aren’t using them to their fullest capacity. This week on unsuitable on Rea Radio, Angie Isakson, a qualified 401(k) administrator and manager on the benefit plan services team at Rea & Associates talks about “The Secrets to Readying Your Employees For Retirement.” Listeners will become familiar with the differences between defined contribution plans and defined benefit plan, how employee contributions and actuarial formulas can result in retirement planning success and more. | Listen now
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