A 401(k) plan is one of the best ways for people to save enough money to live the life they want in retirement. It’s designed for professionals, has the flexibility to adjust as their needs change and can help them turn their salary into a more comfortable retirement.
Helping Employees Retire More Comfortably
Learn why Bill Walsh (Daland Corporation) chose AXA as the provider to help his employees with their retirement income goals.
A hassle-free retirement certainty1 option for employees.
How can a 401(k) plan help employees save?
To attract and retain employees, you’ll want to work with a financial professional to consider a retirement plan that provides guidance, flexibility and a degree of certainty. For employers, an AXA 401(k) retirement plan offers effortless management, fiduciary protection, and personalized guidance on striving for some degree of retirement certainty.
For employers, we take care of the heavy lifting by handling the ins and outs of getting their plan set up and running, and keeping it going.
- You’ll have a dedicated team of professional to help you from start to finish.
- Use our simple, streamlined website and online tools to track the onboarding process, and manage the steps you need to take.
- Your personalized dashboard gives you access to the information you need, all in one place.
Plan sponsors have a responsibility as a “fiduciary” to make sure that their retirement plan’s investments are appropriate for employees.
- With an AXA 401(k), you have the option to work with Wilshire Associates, a third-party investment monitoring firm that can manage some or all fiduciary responsibilities.
- Or you can select another firm that meets the needs of your plan if you prefer.
Support on their terms – Employees can enroll in their employer’s 401(k) plan in the way that works best for them: in person, over the phone or online.
Education to meet different levels of investment know-how – Our participant website and online tools can be used by employees to help provide guidance on setting retirement goals, determining how much to save and educating themselves, at their own pace, throughout the enrollment process and beyond.
Option for retirement certainty1
While employees can have a variety of investments from which to choose, they may want more certainty in their asset growth. The AXA Fixed Account1 is designed accommodate that certainty, which provides a minimum fixed interest on savings, no matter what.
The experience of an industry leader
Since 1859, AXA has helped people build and secure their financial futures. We stand among the nation’s premier providers of life insurance and annuity products, providing stability and reliability to our clients.
AXA group is in 64 countries serving more than 105 million customers worldwide2. We’ve won the DALBAR Service Award for outstanding customer service seven years in a row3 (2011-2017), and have been ranked the #1 global insurance brand in the world for nine consecutive years.4
1 “Retirement Certainty” specifically refers to the AXA Fixed Account available through a group fixed annuity issued by and backed by the claims-paying ability of AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company (AXA Equitable).
2 As of December 31, 2017, AXA Group Fact Sheet
4 Interbrand, 2009-2017, AXA press release, September 25, 2017.
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