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How to Look at Your 401k Without Freaking Out

(7/13/22) COVID fallout continues around the world: Travel delays and limitations at London Heathrow; what will Fed rate hikes mean for small businesses? Legislative changes for employee benefits; what are the benefits of Benefits? Is high inflation the "new normal?" NFIB Confidence at historic low ebb; what's in the Retirement Plan spectrum, and what's in it for employers? How the Benefits Industry has evolved; the hierarchy of needs vs retirement plan spectrum; What's in it for business owners? avoid the mistake of not contributing to 401k.
1:47 - What Will Fed Rate Hikes Mean for Small Businesses?
13:05 - The Need for an Employee Champion
28:58 - What Benefits to Offer & How Do They Work?
43:00 - How to Look at Your 401k Without Freaking Out

Hosted by RIA Advisors Senior Advisor Danny Ratliff, CFP, w Retirement Plan Consultant, Tom Allen, AIF, QKA, CFPA
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