Saturna: Profit Sharing
Employer-only contributions. Flexibility in terms of amount and contribution formula. Tax benefits for the employer.
Bundled, customizable plan services
Wide range of investment choices
Web-based employer and employee portal
A profit-sharing plan allows broad discretion to the employer in terms of when and how much an employer contributes, as well as what the contribution amount is based upon. Employees do not make their own contributions.
The Saturna Trust Company 401(k) plan is a full-service arrangement. Our plans save our clients the costs associated with outside service providers because Saturna’s staff handles everything from recordkeeping to investment management to marketing and education. Full-service arrangements eliminate the need for employers to deal with and monitor multiple service providers. This eases the employer’s burden of considering potential conflicts of interest that may arise when using multiple providers.
We offer 401(k) plans a selection of Saturna Capital no-load mutual funds, as well as an extensive menu of unaffiliated mutual funds, with a variety of investment objectives, through our open architecture platform. Employers select their investment menu, and by investing in more than one fund, employees can tailor their 401(k) accounts to fit their own risk and return objectives.
The Small Business Retirement Marketplace is administered by the Washington Department of Commerce as established in RCW Chapter 43.330.730-750. Plans carried on the Retirement Marketplace are verified by the Department of Financial Institutions and/or the Office of the Insurance Commissioner to meet the requirements set forth in RCW 43.330.732(7) and 735(6)(a).
Enrollment in plans on the Retirement Marketplace is voluntary. Plan enrollment is managed by private financial services firms. Saving through certain plans will not be appropriate for all individuals. Employer facilitation of most retirement savings plans carries certain legal obligations for which employers are entirely responsible. Contributing to a retirement savings plan may offer tax benefits and/or consequences. Other private sector plans not offered on the Retirement Marketplace may charge lower fees. Consult your tax or financial adviser with questions related to investments.
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