401k Exchange Program
The Georgia Chamber Retirement Plan EXCHANGE®
The Georgia Chamber Retirement Plan EXCHANGE® is a new 401K program offered to businesses across Georgia, in partnership with Transamerica.
What does the EXCHANGE® Plan offer?
This plan offers employers a wide range of retirement management services including administrative offload, simplified payroll contribution processing, loan and distribution support, time savings, fiduciary risk management and more.
By becoming a participating employer in the Exchange, your plan is managed by a support team of varied experts. Our program pulls together seven important parties to help manage the retirement plan. Those important parties are:
- Plan Administrator 402(A), 3(16), AND 3(21),
- Recordkeeper, Transamerica
- Financial Advisor
- Third Party Administrator
- Investment Manager 3(38)
- Umbrella Fidelity Bond (where applicable)
The Retirement Plan EXCHANGE® delivers access to all the benefits of a robust retirement package for an affordable rate that small businesses can afford.
How can I get more information?
To learn more, download any of the following resources:
- Pricing Guide
- Support Team
- How it Works
- At Your Service
- 5 Pillars – 5 Things Every Employer Wants in a 401(k)
- Takeover Timeline (for members with existing retirement plans)
- Start-up Timeline (for members that are establishing a new 401k plan)
To speak with someone at the Georgia Chamber about this service, please contact Tiffany Holmes, at firstname.lastname@example.org, today!
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce makes access to this Plan available to members who choose to enroll. The Chamber is in no way responsible for investment performance, results or offering investment advice. Plan participants have a fiduciary relationship with the plan administrator, not the Chamber.
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