Providing and Protecting Retirement

The purpose of a corporate sponsored retirement plan is to provide eligible employees with a vehicle through which they can accumulate retirement savings by way of employee and/or employer contributions and investment earnings. While plan participants are ultimately responsible for their own investment decisions, Northeast Professional Planning Group, Inc. (NPPG) endeavors to help the Plan Sponsor provide a suitable range of diversified investment options allowing participants to invest in accordance with their own circumstances, risk tolerances, savings time horizons, and retirement goals.

Customize a retirement plan to meet your employees needs and your corporate goals.

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NPPG’s expert Retirement Plan Specialists work with Plan Sponsors to provide investment options that can meet a wide spectrum of risk preferences, from conservative to aggressive, and strives to:

  • Promote retirement saving and encourage wealth accumulation by Plan participants.
  • Provide Plan participants with a suitable range of asset categories and investment options that are intended to help Plan participants meet their retirement goals and investment objectives.
  • Encourage participation by eligible employees in the Plan and reinforce consistent saving habits.
  • Attract and retain qualified employees by providing competitive benefits.
  • Obtain plan services, administration and investment options at a reasonable cost.

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Northeast Professional Planning Group, Inc. is not a Broker Dealer. Securities offered through 1st Discount Brokerage, Inc., member: FINRA, SIPC; Duane Sunby is a local financial consultant of 1st Discount Brokerage, Inc.
Registered Investment Advisory Services are offered through NPPG Investment Services, LLC. Additional information about NPPG Investment Services, LLC is available on the SEC’s website at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov.
Registration with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission or any state securities authority does not imply a certain level of skill or training.