Retirement Plan Sponsors

Retirement success doesn’t have to be difficult.

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  • Managing your plan’s administrative requirements can be cumbersome and can slow you from focusing on running your business. We’re here to help you navigate your responsibilities.

  • We offer payroll integration services that allow your provider to send data directly to American Trust. This simplifies the payroll process and frees up your time. We work with many payroll integration partners and we’re adding more all the time. Click here to see the current list.
  • We offer a variety of reports designed to make your job easier. These reports are available 24/7 and can be accessed online through our Plan Sponsor Portal.

WHY AMERICAN TRUST?

We Make It Easy

Retirement success is one of the greatest benefits an employer can provide an employee, yet we know it doesn’t come without challenges. Our goal is to make it easy. We offer a modern, intuitive experience with new technology and reporting to make the retirement experience easier and more user friendly.

U.S. stock prices moved higher last week as markets shrugged off a downbeat GDP report in hopes that economic contraction may slow the Fed's aggressive hiking cycle.

U.S. stock prices recorded another week of solid losses despite some early-week strength as market volatility continued. The S&P 500 returned -5.04% as markets turned south Thursday afternoon and into Friday as investors grappled with a hotter-than-expected inflation reading and upcoming monetary tightening in Europe.

U.S. stock prices declined as investor sentiment shifted back toward skepticism around the Fed’s ability to restrain inflation. Now that the first quarter reporting cycle has effectively ended, analyst expectations for the second quarter have come into focus.

U.S. stock prices declined for the seventh consecutive week as the S&P 500 reached bear market territory, declining more than 20% from its peak in January, using intraday prices.

U.S. stock prices generally declined for the fifth consecutive week as persistently high inflation and monetary policy remain front of mind for many investors.

U.S. stock prices declined for the fourth consecutive week as the Nasdaq Composite finished the month of April down more than 13%, its worst monthly result since October 2008.

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Our goal is to make it easy for you to deliver the important benefit of retirement success to your participants.