Benefit Plans Plus Expands to Ohio and Northern Kentucky
CINCINNATI, OH, June 27, 2018 -- Benefit Plans Plus, LLC, a retirement plan Third Party Administrator, has announced the appointment of Matthew Wiley, CRPS and subsequent expansion into Ohio and Northern Kentucky. With over 14 years in the financial service industry, Matt has specialized in helping financial advisors and small business owners reach their retirement income goals. Matt graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Lipscomb University and holds the CRPS designation from the College of Financial Planning.
Patrick M. Shelton, GBA, Managing Member of Benefit Plans Plus, says the expansion is a clear and logical next step in the firm's growth. "BPP serves not only small business owners and their employees but also the retirement plan needs of financial advisors, attorneys and CPA's. We believe Matt shares this same core focus, to create A Measurable Difference, and we are excited to have him on board."
About Benefit Plans Plus
BPP helps over 1,300 small businesses minimize their costs while maximizing results through custom, flexible, business-owner targeted retirement plan design. BPP also provides Third Party Administrator duties including custom retirement plan design and administration services for 401k, 403b, Defined Benefit and Cash Balance plans. BPP specializes in technical corrections and consulting for qualified retirement plans. Benefit Plans Plus holds the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA) seal of recordkeeper excellence for third party administrators, as certified by the Centre for Fiduciary Excellence, LLC (CEFEX). Benefit Plans Plus also holds the Fiduciary Supply Management Association (FSMA) Procurement Rating for third party administrators as part of an effort to demonstrate good practices for sustainable procurement of employee benefit plan services.
For more information about Benefit Plans Plus visit www.bpp401k.com or call 314.824.5252.
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