ShareBuilder 401k Help Center

Resources on plans, features, costs, insights, regulatory needs and more to help you make the most of your 401(k) plan benefits.

All Things 401(k)

7 401k Myths

Dispel the 7 401(k) Myths

Get the inside scoop and the facts on common myths preventing many businesses from starting a 401(k).

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Plan Costs

Plan Costs

Learn the ins and outs of 401(k) plan costs, so you know you have a fair priced plan.

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Deadlines

Deadlines

Plan setup and contribution deadlines can ensure you get your tax-deferred savings in on time.

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401k Advantages

401(k) Advantages over SEPs

Understand the flexibility and options that a 401(k) offers versus a SEP IRA.

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Plan Features

Employee 401(k) Plan Features

401(k) plans are highly flexible and can be tailored to fit your specific business needs.

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Regulatory Management

Regulatory Management

Insights and facts on managing your plan in a compliant manner and how we help make it simple.

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Fiduciary Duties and Roles

Fiduciary Duties and Roles

Offering a 401(k) is a great benefit for a business and its employees, but more often than not, business owners and/or your employee administrators are often unaware of at least some of the duties they’re required to manage and the fiduciary role they take on.

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Tools & Resources

Savings Calculator

401(k) Savings Calculator

Do you need a raise in retirement? Use our savings calculator to get an idea how you can make the most of your current 401(k) plan and grow your retirement savings.

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Costs Matter

Compare Costs

Use the cost comparison tool to see examples of how ShareBuilder 401k compares to Industry Average pricing.

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Glossary

Glossary

Interested in what total cost of ownership means? Get definitions of the most common 401(k)-related terms, from A to Z.

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FAQ

FAQs

From the meaning of a Safe Harbor 401(k) to determining who’s allowed to invest in a Solo 401(k), get answers to the most commonly asked questions.

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