THE FUTURE

It’s as simple as having a cup of coffee with a good friend.

Retirement Plan Advisors specializes in retirement planning for the hardworking people who make our communities work. We speak public sector retirement and are fluent in the details of governmental deferred compensation and defined contribution plans.

Unbiased Solutions for plan sponsors

As an Independent Registered Investment Adviser, we provide plan design, onsite employee education and investment advisory services to public sector retirement plans. We stand with you as a fiduciary on your plan, providing even the smallest communities with the same high-quality retirement plans and advice found on Wall Street. And our level of personal service to you and your employees is unheard of in the industry.

Face-to-face Retirement Planning for individuals

Our financial advisors provide retirement counseling and unbiased investment advice – in person – to help you achieve your retirement goals. And we never go away. Year after year, we meet with you to review your retirement plan and help navigate the little surprises life hands you along the way.

With Retirement Plan Advisors – the future is better than you think.

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  • WHO WE SERVE

    RPA specializes in serving public sector employees who live and work in communities throughout the country — police officers, firefighters, public works employees, teachers, librarians, management and administrative staff.

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  • Your Road to Retirement

    We will be with you on your road providing counseling and unbiased investment advice.
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  • Calculators

    No one ever wishes they saved less for retirement. Find out how much you need to retire. Use our calculators

FAFSA Simplification Act

As a parent or grandparent, you know firsthand the challenges of funding a child’s education. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Act was passed at the end of 2020 and has changed some of the qualifications for students to receive financial aid.

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The Pros & Cons of Early Retirement Plan Rollovers

Did you know you may be able to take your 401(k), 403(b), or 457 plan and roll it into another type of retirement account while you are still working? Let’s look at how these rollovers can happen and the pros and cons of making them.

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Where Will I Live in Retirement?

Choosing to relocate in retirement, whether it’s down the street or across the country, is something two-thirds of retirees say they are likely to do.

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