Employee Benefit News honors SBA Founding Principal Mindy Zatto as an influential leader driving change in the employee benefits space.
Andy Adams retires after 36 years in the employee benefits industry. He spent 21 of those years as a principal at Strategic Benefits Advisors, a firm he co-founded in 2002.
SBA’s approachable yet informative summary identifies the SECURE 2.0 provisions that will have the greatest impact on defined contribution (DC) plan sponsors now and for the next several years.
Robin Powell is SBA’s newest director. An industry veteran of more than two decades, she runs SBA’s administrative service center and is a regular contributor to Employee Benefit News.
This month marks SBA’s 20th anniversary. Since 2002, we have helped organizations in every sector of the North American economy navigate their toughest employee benefits challenges while reducing plan expenses and improving efficiency, compliance and the participant experience.
A new retirement reform bill dubbed the ‘SECURE Act 2.0,’ currently under consideration by the House, contains provisions that are likely to affect a majority of retirement plan sponsors. Here’s our rundown.
Kah-Lee Wong, FSA, EA, MAAA, has joined SBA as a senior benefits consultant. She brings over 30 years’ experience leading benefit consulting teams with a focus on DB and H&W plans.
The bi-monthly surveys will give employers access to actionable intelligence and peer benchmarking on a variety of employee benefits topics.
Starting January 1, 2021, plan sponsors must begin counting hours for part-time employees who work at least 500 hours a year. Employees who work 500 hours for three consecutive years must be offered the opportunity to participate in their organization’s 401(k) plan beginning in 2024.
For a second consecutive year, Strategic Benefits Advisors has been named to the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s list of the top 20 employee benefits and compensation companies in Atlanta.
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