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Construction Contractors: How to Use Retirement Plans for Compliance on PW Jobs

Date: Tuesday, June 7, 2016
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Time: 11:00 a.m. (ET) / 10:00 a.m. (CT) / 9:00 a.m. (MT) / 8:00 a.m. (PT)
Length: 60 minutes
Fee: Free
Speaker: K.C. Cannon, Vice President, Fringe Benefit Group
Category: Training and Education  
Presented by ABC's Strategic Partner - Fringe Benefit Group

The Contractors Plan - Leverage retirement plans to comply with prevailing wage legislation and increase contributions to owners and highly compensated executives.

  • Convey key facts about prevailing wage retirement benefits
  • How offering benefits can make bids more competitive 
  • Understand HCE nondiscrimination testing and who is impacted
  • Illustrate compliant solutions designed to increase the amount of income that may be contributed by HCEs
PowerPoint Presentation(PDF)

K.C. Cannon, Jr. is Vice President and National Sales Director for Fringe Benefit Group, which has been helping the construction industry design and administer fringe benefit programs since 1983. 

K.C.’s employee benefits experience spans over three decades, including senior sales leadership positions at Charles Schwab, Citibank Global Markets, and The Standard.  Coming to Fringe Benefit Group in 2012 as Western Regional Vice President and recently promoted to his national sales position, K.C. is acutely aware of the challenges – and opportunities – facing non-union contractors who bid and work on prevailing wage projects - especially considering the government’s increasing focus on compliance and healthcare reform (ACA). Fringe Benefit Group’s flagship product, The Contractors Plan, helps contractors submit leaner bids, win more jobs, and save on taxes and insurance costs while providing valuable bona fide benefits to their employees. 

For more information on its prevailing wage benefit plan, The Contractors Plan, please contact K.C. at [email protected] or 866-670-7442.

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