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Sub-Par or Superstar


401(K) and Increased Profit By Robert DeVries 401(k) plans are rather ubiquitous today. If your business doesn’t offer one, it could be held against you in the court of employee recruitment and retention.  Even if you do have one, that…

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Measuring Employee Success

Business, Money

Insuring Retirement Readiness [By: Robert DeVries] I have previously written about The Power of Automating Your Retirement (Auto 5) to help improve the retirement lives of your employees.  These Auto 5 tools are: Automatic Enrollment Automatic Qualified Default Investment Alternative…

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How to Double Your 401(k) Contribution | Robert DeVries


Building A Brighter Future For You And Your Employees I wonder how many employees of companies that make matching contributions into their 401(k) plan know they could immediately double their contribution and savings, before it is even invested. Sound too…

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Growing an Entrepreneurial Economy

Entrepreneurship, Money, Profiles

TOM O’NEAL, RANDY BERRIDGE & STEVE QUELLO By Eric Wright “The Diffusion Process” or “The Technology Adoption Cycle,” though often sighted today was originally developed in the late 1950’s to track the purchase pattern of hybrid seed corn by farmers….

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Grow Your Own

Business, Management, Money

Balancing the Three Elements of Economic Development By Dave Cocchiarella Massive resources are committed by state and local governments to promote economic development. States spent nearly $8 billion in 2015 to improve their economic well-being, grow incomes and increase tax bases while creating and retaining jobs. That does…

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Health Insurance | Group Health Insurance: Brian McNulty

Leadership, Management, Money

In today’s rapidly changing health insurance environment, many employers are exploring the possibility of moving to an Alternative Funding (or partially self-funded) option. While there has been significant change in the health insurance arena in the past few years – one thing remains the same in most cases – costs continue to rise.