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New Participant Education Webinar Series for 2019!

Plan Sponsors:  The following message is intended for you as well as the participants within your retirement plan.  Will you please help us share the great news about the 2019 Participant Webinar Series by forwarding this announcement to you participants and eligible employees?  Thank you!

Dear Valued Retirement Plan Participants:

We meet with you, our MVPs (Most Valuable Participants), for group meetings and one-on-ones and have helped many of you enroll in a 401(k) for the first time. We’ve strategized about your retirement goals and encouraged you to keep saving, even during stressful financial situations. As a result, we’ve delighted in celebrating many retirements along the way. At SRP, we take pride in truly understanding what your needs and goals are, as well as what questions and concerns you may have during your retirement planning journey. We have valuable knowledge and we want to continually share it with you! Our upcoming Participant Webinar series will make it possible to share information and deepen our relationship with you, our MVPs.

Retirement Plan Participants:  Please join us on Tuesday, February 5th at 1:00 pm EST / 12:00 pm CST for our first webinar: “The Market Is Down, Now What?!” Click here to register. 

A rocky few months for the stock market has created worry among investors, and it’s not over yet. Many investors opened their 2018 year-end 401(k) statements and did not like what they saw and may be worried about what’s to come in 2019. You may be asking:

“Should I adjust my contributions?” “Should I change my investments?” “How does my age factor in?” “What do I need to know during times of market volatility?”

Join Greg Gavran (Managing Director, Wisconsin) and Sarah Krapec (Director of Participant Education) for a 30-minute webinar to address your most pressing questions related to the ups, and especially the downs, of today’s market. We’ll discuss target date funds, age considerations as well as explore when “staying the course” really makes sense.