Making our clients’ retirement dreams come true

Since 90% of an employee’s return is a result of their asset class allocation* —not the actual funds they are invested in—we provide each plan participant with recommendations that define retirement objectives and identify an appropriate asset class allocation to reach these objectives.

Every InR 403(b) plan participant can take a customized risk tolerance assessment, define and refine their long-term goals and track portfolio performance.

Our entire program uses low-cost, efficient investment products to provide a level of comfort for plan sponsors as fiduciaries—and investment advice accountability for InR, as co-fiduciary to your plan.

InR 403(b) Investment Plan Highlights

  • Allows your employees to set aside income on a pre-tax basis
  • Helps your employees’ money to grow via low-cost investment options using Vanguard funds
  • Investments grow tax-deferred until you begin receiving your retirement income
  • Low investment cost
  • Prudent investment advice and personalized service

Participants

The first step in this process is to answer the InR risk assessment questionnaire by clicking the link to the right. Answering these questions will provide us with a blueprint for what your retirement can look like based on your current retirement savings, the risk you want to take, when you want to retire, and how much money you will need to live the lifestyle you want after you stop working..

Contact InR today to obtain a prospectus and enrollment kit for more information.

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Administrators

Call an InR representative today at 610-891-1677—or visit our Contact Page to request a plan document specific to your organization’s needs.

Winner of PSCA Signature Award for excellence in 401(k) plan design and communication – 2005.

 

Source: “Determinants of Portfolio Performance”, Brinson, Hood, Beebower, Financial Analysts Journal, July/August 1986. Updated in Financial Analyst Journal, May/June 1991 and “Abstract: Sources of Portfolio Performance – The enduring importance of Asset Allocation” Vanguard Investment Counseling & Research 2006.