What California Small Enterprise Homeowners Have to Know About New Pension Plan Legal guidelines

Learn about the California Retirement Plans webinar

Connor McDevitt, webinar guest speaker

Connor McDevitt, webinar guest speaker

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By June 30, 2021, California small businesses with more than 50 employees must provide retirement plans to all their employees. Be prepared by attending this webinar!

Connor McDevitt has specialized training in retirement planning, and the expertise he will bring is critical for small business owners to ensure compliance. “

– Megan Coelho, President of Advice Chaser

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, May 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Through June 30, 2021 (that’s the next month!), All California small businesses with 50 or more employees must have retirement plans for all of their employees Provide employees. Until next year, the same legislation will apply to small businesses with 5 or more employees. Are you prepared? Find out more in this new Advice Chaser webinar for small business owners. You won’t want to miss this free educational presentation on May 25th at 12:00 PM Pacific Time! Reserve your place and register for the webinar here.

Advice Chaser is a financial concierge service that connects clients with seasoned financial advisors. Council Chaser asked Connor McDevitt, CRPS®, CPFA, to present at this webinar. Mr. McDevitt manages retirement plans for a reputable independent consultancy and with his Chartered Retirement Plans Specialist (CRPS) qualifications, he has a wealth of specific knowledge to share. He will give insights into:

• Imminent legislative changes to pension requirements
• What you need to know about the CalSavers government sponsored retirement plan and what business owners need to do
• Options for private insurance
• Fiduciary responsibility for pension plan administrators

“Providing competitive retirement benefits invests employees in the long-term health of the company and inevitably benefits consumers and the economy, as well as employees and the business owner. Happy workers with financial stability are better, more creative, and more ambitious workers. Connor McDevitt has specialized training in retirement planning and the expertise he will present is critical for small business owners to ensure compliance, ”said Megan Coelho, President of Advice Chaser.

Whether you’re working on your own retirement plan or offering other retirement benefits, a financial advisor can help. Advice Chaser can connect you with a financial advisor who has experience working with clients in a situation similar to yours. Book a quick call here to find out more about your employee retirement options or planning your own golden years.

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