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CNBC: Self-Employed go it Alone with Retirement Savings Options

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After five years of experience leading a TPA call center in North Carolina, Andrew decided to move west to explore parts unknown and follow his passion of helping others. Walking through the doors of Ubiquity Retirement + Savings, formerly The Online 401(k) for the first time, he knew he’d found something special. Continuing to delight clients and partners alike and 10 years later, Andrew has been able to develop new teams, co-found a non-profit of strategic alliances, co-produce a hard-hitting documentary about the looming retirement crisis, and still had time to spread the savings gospel far and wide. Using social media and actual media alike (Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, PlanSponsor, and more), you’ll find no one who likes talking retirement more than this guy!

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June 15, 2015 at 4:17 pm
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Andrew Meadows, Consumer + Brand ambassador at Ubiquity Retirement + Savings, helps Ilana Polyak explain retirement savings options for self-employed individuals.

According to a recent TDAmeritrade survey almost 15 million Americans who are self-employed, 28 percent don’t save for retirement at all, compared to just 10 percent of people who are working in traditional jobs.

Like other 401(k) plans, the solo versions are governed by the Department of Labor, so there’s more paperwork in setting them up and more oversight, said Meadows of Ubiquity.  “All that compliance is your responsibility,” he said.

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