Caboose wrote:Do you know BenefitGuard?
No, but on the surface they look competive, and they claim that they don't have any hidden fees. http://benefitguard.com/pricing/Employee Costs at BenefitGuard
Monthly Fee: $16.00
Average Investment Portfolio Expense Ratio: 0.24%
Investment Mgmt. & Custodial Fees: 0.04%
Independent Fiduciary Protection: 0.55%
Total Annual Cost on $75,000 balance: $813.00Employer Costs at BenefitGuard
Ongoing Annual Costs: $0.00
One-Time Setup and Conversion Fee: $0.00
First Time Tax Credit: ($0.00)
Total Setup Fees: $0.00
Again, you won't know which provider is right for your company until you do a side by side comparison that shows what matters most to you in a plan.
First, compare investments and costs because nothing is more important than investment performance after costs.
Next, compare annual costs for the employees because you want happy employees.
Next, compare annual costs for the employer.
Next, compare anything else that's important to you.
Edited on 02.11.2011 to correct a typographical error.
Frank R. Cirullo
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