Are you a 401(k) Champion?
by Julie Jason on Jul 22, 2019
The 401(k) Champion Award competition seeks to acknowledge and promote 401(k) participants who can mentor co-workers on the benefits of 401(k)s for retirement. 401(k) Champions are committed to act now to secure a retirement someday in the future. It also seeks to promote awareness of the benefits of employee-sponsored retirement plans.
A nationwide search for next year's Champions will begin on Sept. 6, 2019, which is "401(k)/403(b) Day."
Why companies and participants benefit from the 401(k) Champion Award:
- Identifies those who really understand and optimize their plans
- Encourages employee mentorship
- Honors companies and employees who champion 401(k)s
- Publicly recognizes winners and their employers
- Inspires participants to review the benefits of the 401(k)
To see the 2019 Class of 401(k) Champions click here: https://www.juliejason.com/award
The award is the initiative of financial literacy proponent, Julie Jason, and her firm, Jackson, Grant Investment Advisers, Inc. (Stamford, Conn.).
The sponsors are committed to finding and recognizing future 401(k) Champions and invite employers and associations to reach out to them to participate in future awards. Contact Theresa Robbins by phone (203-322- 1198) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Jackson, Grant Investment Advisers, Inc. is an independently owned fiduciary boutique with two missions: 1) serving high net worth families ($5 million minimum) and 2) promoting financial literacy education to all. Located in Stamford, Conn., the firm is registered with the SEC as an investment adviser and functions as investment counsel.
Founder, Julie Jason, JD, LLM, got her start on Wall Street as a lawyer. Through her award-winning columns, books and posts, she shares insights gained from 30 years in money management and law. She writes for audiences of every financial means, promoting investor education and investor protection through her column (syndicated by King Features), Forbes.com posts, and her books.