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So what is actually new in the All-New RPC?

Here’s a list of what we’ve done to make sure the new Retirement Planning Center is still the best DC proposal system available: The User Interface was totally revamped and improved for ease of use. More detailed eligibility requirement options. Better exclusion options for the 3% Non-Elective Safe Harbor. Upload your logo to be included on […]

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Owner Only Cash Balance Plans

Have you ever considered Owner Only Cash Balance plans? Check out this example wherein the owner is making more than the 2013 maximum compensation limit of $255,000 and is 48 years old. Based on the calculated 415 maximum lump sum, he can make an annual contribution of $125,824. Using the Smart Projection in the RPC […]

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About the “Triple-Stacked Match” Approach

What do you do when you have a situation where the owners are younger than the NHCE’s?  Here’s an extreme case where the husband is 53, his wife is 45, and the only other participant is 56: The only way to pass under New Comparability is to give the 56 year old $9,669 in contribution, […]

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Smart Projection for the RPC Cash Balance

This Spring our team at EBG Systems has worked hard to bring you a brand new report that will help you analyze the principal’s account balance as it grows to retirement. We’re calling it the Smart Projection. What is the Smart Projection? Offering more than just a projection, you’ll be able to see what any […]

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Introducing the RPC Mobile

Introducing the RPC Mobile

EBG Systems is proud to introduce our first mobile access with the RPC Mobile. Simply scan the QR Code below, or visit http://www.therpc.com/mobile on your device. Once you’ve bookmarked the mobile site or added it to your Home Screen, enjoy the following features: Maximum Cash Balance Calculator Calculate first-year contribution amounts for your clients and […]

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2013 Annual Dollar Limits

2013 Dollar Limits

  These are the 2005-2013 Annual Dollar Limits for Qualified Plans.

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