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4966 El Camino Real
Suite 213
Los Altos, CA 94022

Phone: 650-961.5500
and 800-608.2563
Fax: 650-961.8495













Retirement Administration, Inc. (RAI) provides complete design, reporting, record keeping and consulting services for all types of retirement plans. Special emphasis is placed upon effective communication of the complex regulations and language of today's retirement plans to our clients and their advisors.

With decades of collective pension experience, the RAI staff of well-trained, service-oriented professionals will create and maintain the plan that best meets the financial and retirement objectives of your business and employees.

In today's business environment, employers have the opportunity to both reduce taxation and retain top employee talent through well-designed benefit programs. Among the most important components of a comprehensive program are qualified retirement and “cafeteria” plans. That's where we can help.

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Sam Harding, president of Retirement Administration Inc.
RAI President Samuel Harding, APA


Retirement Plan Developments newsletterPostponing Retirement: Chief Concern and Growing Employee Reality

Retirement plan participants appear to be responding to the current economic and financial crisis by delaying retirement, saving less and re-aligning their retirement investments.

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Survey Reveals Economy's Impact on Pension Funding and Expense

The results of the Retirement Pulse Survey, conducted in October as a result of the economic turmoil have been released. This survey of more than 125 U.S. organizations addresses both defined benefit and defined contribution plans. Of those that reviewed their pension plans, 16 percent determined the economic turmoil will have a significant impact on plan funding and expense, and 40 percent said it will have some impact. Meanwhile, approximately one-quarter of respondents have not yet reviewed the impact on their pension plans, but intend to do so.

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Americans Continue To Save in 401(k) Plans Despite Economic Woe

Despite the recent market upheaval and poor investment returns, employees are staying the course and maintaining a long-term focus on retirement saving by continuing to invest in their 401(k) plans, according to a new analysis. Still, workers are not immune to the market's recent struggles.

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updated 10.01.2008