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Madison Pension Services, Inc.

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2500 Westchester Ave., Suite 106
Purchase, NY 10577
About Madison Pension Services, Inc.
  • Madison helps companies implement and run successful retirement plans. We are the premier benefits consulting firm in the Tri-State area servicing small and mid-sized companies. Our pension practice is managed by a team of dedicated professionals and actuaries. We are a clear leader in our market, having handled an unrivaled number of complex as well as high profile plans.

    Today, our team serves approximately 400 clients with plan assets in excess of $400 million.
    Our experience and expertise includes all forms of qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, including various types of defined benefit plans, cash balance plans, defined contribution plans such as…401(k) plans, 403(b) plans, profit sharing plans, ESOPs, cross-tested plans, and plans with a Roth 401(k) component.

    We achieve a seamless investment interface through the alliances that we have formed with many of the major investment service firms like John Hancock, Lincoln Financial and Fidelity. Over the years, we have repeatedly found that our strong alliances have allowed us to consistently provide the level of service that our clients expect. We select these service providers and investment institutions for their expertise and reactivity. Unlike many of our competitors, we have formed seamless information exchange systems with various investment institutions and are able to provide faster and more accurate results.
Competitors of Madison Pension Services, Inc.
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Products by Madison Pension Services, Inc.
  • Plan Design & Implementation

    The three principal categories of work to be performed in this phase are the preparation of plan documents, the setup and coordination with the financial institution where your money will be invested, and the education of both your human resource department as well as your employees who will be... Read more
  • Defined Benefit Plans, Cash Balance Plans, 412(i) Plans

    We believe that our experience with small, mid-sized, and large companies is without rival. This is evident in the number of plans that we handle, as well as the importance and complexity of these plans. A DEFINED BENEFIT PLAN promises to pay a specified benefit at future retirement to... Read more
  • Defined Contribution Plans: 401(k), Profit Sharing, 403(b), Safe Harbor, Cross-Tested

    One of the most popular types of pension plans today is the 401(k) PLAN. More and more plan sponsors are recognizing the role 401(k) plans can play in meeting employees’ retirement needs. A 401(k) plan is a type of Defined Contribution Retirement Plan that enables employees to make contributions... Read more
White Papers by Madison Pension Services, Inc.
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    Is It Too Late to Establish a 401(k) Safe Harbor Plan for 2018? The answer of course is – it depends. If you currently sponsor a retirement plan that includes a 401(k) feature, to use either of the standard 401(k) safe harbor provisions, (the mandatory employer matching contributions or the... Read more
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    When it comes to growing your retirement nest egg, conventional wisdom calls for us to start early and then to save 10% - 15% of your income. That’s great but for many of us, totally unrealistic. The day to day expenses of the child rearing years, coupled with the need to save for college can... Read more
  • FOR GOODNESS SAKES, PAY ATTENTION TO THOSE 401(k) STATEMENTS! By

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