What is a 403(b) Plan?
A 403(b) plan is a type of retirement plan for the employees of certain non-profit organizations like schools, hospitals, charities, and churches. Click here for more details on the types of tax-exempt organizations who can offer a 403(b) plans.
How it Works
Similar to a 401(k) plan, a 403(b) plan allows employees to save a percentage of their salary, tax-deferred, and invest that money for retirement.
How a 403(b) is Different
A 403(b) is different than a 401(k) in some ways, including investment options, and some administration processes.
How Fisher Can Help
Fisher is one of America's top advisory firms with deep experience helping non-profit navigate evaluating and setting up a 403(b) tailored to their objectives.
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Is Your 403(b) Costing Your Employees Big?
Watch this short video from a non-profit plan retirement specialist to learn more about the difference between non-annuity and annuity 403(b) plans.
Why Work With Fisher?
Fisher redefines what it means to be a partner in retirement by providing superior guidance, unparalleled service and simple and easy program administration.
Your Interests First
Incentive structures that are aligned with your success. No revenue sharing, no kick-backs or commissions. When you do better, we do better.
DIFY (Do It For You) Approach
Our servicing solutions focus on doing everything we can for you. From acting as a single point-of-contact for your plan to selecting your investments, we provide services that many other advisors can’t or won’t provide.
Superior Financial Guidance
As one of America’s top financial advisers, we work with you to build the optimal program and provide ongoing one-on-one financial guidance to maximize wealth generation.
Small Business Expertise
We specialize in small business retirement plans. As a result, we act as your advocate and have the knowledge, resources and clout to champion your needs.