Retirement Plans for Dentists
Attract and retain talent for your dental office.
See how Human Interest simplifies the process for dentists to administer a 401(k).
Retirement benefits made simple
Select fiduciary services to help you run your dental practice. Get guidance on 401(k) plan administration, IRS testing, and government filings with expertise from Human Interest.
Automated plan administration tracks participation, contributions, distributions, and more.
We reduce fiduciary liability by preparing select government filings. And for some clients, we sign and file the Form 5500.1
Get a 360-degree view of your plan, access reports, and see which employees have joined.
Plan compliance & testing
Don’t stress about IRS testing and regulatory deadlines. We’ll help handle them for you.
The SMB 401(k) with the most payroll integrations2
Help take the burden off your HR team. We sync with 400+ payrolls to help streamline administrative tasks.
A 401(k) may be more affordable than you think.
Get a customized, full-service retirement plan with transparent pricing, a $499 setup fee, and zero transaction fees.
per month base fee
per eligible employee
Employee fee: An advisory Fee of 0.50% of plan assets per year is billed to the plan and allocated to the employee’s account. In addition, employees pay underlying fund fees. If the plan sponsor wants to bring in a third-party advisor, the third-party advisor fee would be defined as part of a separate agreement. For more information, please see our pricing page.
401(k) Built to Scale with your Practice
Focus on running your dental practice. We’ll help with your retirement plan.
Designed to be easy to use. Flexible plan design allows you to customize eligibility and add employer match options.
Reduce manual work. In-house recordkeeping and ERISA compliance—plus select 3(16) Fiduciary Services depending on your plan.
Help drive employee loyalty. A Human Interest study found that a 401(k) is the most-wanted benefit, after health insurance.3
MAXIMIZE TAX SAVINGS FOR YOUR Dental Practice
A 401(k) may mean mean additional tax credits for small business employers.
Employers may be eligible for tax credits of up to $5,000/year for three years for setting up a new 401(k) + $500/year for three years for setting up auto-enrollment.4
Retirement Benefits for Dental Employees
The 401(k) you and your employees deserve
Sign up in minutes. Employees can sign up online—or on their phones—in less than five minutes.
Flexible investment options. Employers can select their lineup from our open architecture platform featuring thousands of mutual funds or utilize our 3(38) advisory services so their employees can access model portfolios that automatically rebalance.
Built-in education. Enrollment webinars and online resources help your team get the most from plans.
A 401(k) is the most-wanted benefit, after health insurance3
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401(k) resources for dental professionals
Starting a 401(k) plan
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Secure Act 2.0
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Payroll integration benefits
Integrate your payroll and 401(k) plan for automation, efficiency, and compliance benefits.