Put concern for the future at ease with a retirement plan specifically designed for veteran-owned small businesses. A Ubiquity Retirement + Savings™ 401(k) enables you to:
(*Up to $5,000 per year, plus an additional $500 per year for automatic enrollment for the first 3 years)
While an active duty military member, you demonstrated the qualities of leadership, teamwork, and perseverance–all key characteristics of successful entrepreneurs and business owners. Whether you served for a few years or made the military your career, your focus in the civilian world is running a thriving business–not on staffing issues. Offering a retirement plan to your employees is a way to attract and retain a talented team. Yet, less than 25% of VOSBs offer a retirement plan to their employees. With Ubiquity’s streamlined, low-maintenance 401(k) plans, you can easily offer a valuable benefit without administrative headaches.
Ubiquity has been providing veteran entrepreneurs and their employees with access to low-cost, flat fee plans since our inception in 1999, and have invested time really listening to their day to day challenges. The result? A streamlined, digital small business 401(k) customized to meet the needs of your growing business.
“People depend on the three-legged stool of retirement savings in America,” he said. “Pensions, Social Security and private savings. … Small-business owners aren’t going to set up a pension, but the third leg of that stool comes ideally through tax-advantage retirement plans like 401(k)s and IRAs.”
“With the advancements in technology, almost any job could potentially be remote unless otherwise stated. If not listed, but sure to ask if that is a possibility should you get that first interview”
Having financial struggles surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 crisis? Click here to learn about federal programs your business may be eligible for.
Whether you’re transitioning from active-duty to business owner or you’ve been out of the service a long time, there are numerous resources to assist veteran small businesses (VOSBs) and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSBs) from the government, educational institutions, and private-sector firms.