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By: ADP     Published Date: Oct 05, 2012
In this whitepaper, ADP provides valuable insight into the past, present and future status of the economic market with regard to the specific concerns of midsized business owners today versus four years ago.
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By: ADP     Published Date: Oct 10, 2012
In this whitepaper, ADP provides valuable insight into the past, present and future status of the economic market with regard to the specific concerns of midsized business owners today versus four years ago.
Tags : economy, economics, smb, midsized business owners, business concerns, compliance, government regulations, human capital management
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By: ADP     Published Date: Oct 14, 2014
In July and August 2014, the ADP Research Institute®, a specialized group within ADP®, conducted an online survey of more than 750 owners and executives at companies with 50-999 employees. The Midsized Business Owners Study is now in its third year. Midsize businesses often struggle between operating like a smaller business but having to abide by the same regulations as larger corporations. Download this case study to learn how midsize business are dealing with their three greatest concerns right now: healthcare benefit costs, the Affordable Care Act, and the level of government regulations.
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By: ForUsAll     Published Date: Jun 18, 2018
The 401(k) market has rapidly changed.Is your plan up to date? Since 2012, there have been significant changes in 401(k)s which have created new risks and opportunities for small and midsized business 401(k) plans. With this rapid pace of change, many business owners, and even some small advisors and recordkeepers have not been able to keep up. We’ll summarize both changes to the 401(k) industry and the opportunities that exist for you to improve your plan, specifically in the following 5 areas: 1. Staying compliant with increasingly complicated regulations – New government regulations have increased burdens on companies offering both health plans and 401(k)s. What used to be compliant may no longer work. Furthermore, software has improved, allowing many error prone, manual retirement plan administration tasks to be automated. 2. Increasing plan effectiveness by lowering fees – Since 2009, average 401(k) plan costs have dropped by almost 30%*. While average costs have come down, not al
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