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WTIA 401(k) Program

You build your company. We build your retirement program.

401(K) Program

We offer an affordable 401(k) plan to help organizations scale successfully. Recruit and retain talent by providing competitive retirement benefits through a Pooled Employer Plan (PEP). 

Buying Power

Our buying power allows your organization to achieve economies of scale rapidly. Gain access to affordable benefits, provided by combining buying power through large-scale collaboration. It is well-suited for growing and benefit-conscious companies.

By Tech for Tech

Our Pooled Employer Plan (PEP) 401(k) is built by tech, for tech. We offer a turnkey retirement savings plan, so you can hit the ground running. For unique needs, we also offer customizable plans, designed to optimize your organization’s benefits.

We Do the Admin

Do you need assistance with admin and expertise to guide you forward effortlessly? Our trusted professionals handle discrimination, 5500, and audit requirements. Participant education is included in our services.

John Suk
Vice President of 401(k) Pooled Employer Plan (PEP) Retirement Program

John Suk is the Vice President of the 401(k) Pooled Employer Plan (PEP) Retirement Program at the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA). He leads programs, business development, operations, and P&L responsibilities. Previous to joining WTIA, John has been the head of business development, marketing, operations, and overall general management of various tech companies (startup, SMB, regional mid-sized enterprise, and large Fortune 100) which allows John and his team to best understand the needs of the tech community.

Program Information

WTIA in the Conversation

Offering a 401(k) Plan Benefit Can Improve Recruiting and Retention While Reducing Turnover Costs

John Suk, WTIA Blog | January 2023

Offering a 401(k) benefit can boost small and medium-sized businesses’ (SMBs) recruiting and retention efforts while saving them as much as $100,000 a year in reduced employee turnover costs…

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