As the only retirement program endorsed by the ADA for its members, the ADA Members Retirement Program has been designed to meet the needs of the dental community, by offering you an affordable, flexible way to help build your retirement assets and take advantage of potential tax savings today.
Establishing a retirement plan may be a big step in the evolution of your practice, but as an ADA member it doesn't have to cost you a lot of money or consume a lot of your time. Browse the Program Benefits section for information.
We offer you three investment strategies from which to choose. The three investment strategies are Asset Allocation — Age Based, Asset Allocation — Risk Based, and Choose Your Own Investment Mix. See which strategy may align with your retirement goals.
The Program offers you a full-service retirement plan on preferred terms, due to the ADA's ability to leverage its organization's size and market strength. The ADA Members Retirement Program offers:
Your employees can better prepare for retirement with access to:
ADA Members Retirement Program provides a new kind of 401(k) experience, with effortless management, customized plan design and access to educational tools to assist you and your employees in planning, saving, and investing for retirement.How to Get Started
Learn about the types of retirement plans available to members and how they might benefit owners and employees.
Become more familiar with different asset classes, their associated risk, and their role in building retirement assets over time.
Review the role of a plan sponsor, including how to comply with fiduciary guidelines and ways to reach out to participants.
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