List of Companies with an Active 401k

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    Hi Everyone: An associate of mine once had a list of all local companies (of any size) that had an active 401k. I've been searching online and don't know where to buy one. Can anyone assist me please? Thanks! -DSM
     
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    Thank you Judy for the sarcasm. I do, in fact, know what a 5500 filing is. And after doing some research, it looks like your company is the one where I can buy a targeted list? Am I right? If so, please let me know so I can purchase. -DSM
     
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    I am not "Judy". I simply posted the link to Judy Diamond as well as the Free ERISA Benefits Pro site where you can look up individual companies.

    To purchase, you'll have to contact them.
     
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    I know what he is talking about but I also forget the website that displays this data outside of form 5500. I believe it's a federal site just containing 401k data is what he is after
     
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    I can send you every 401k in your state, how much do you want to pay for it?
     
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    You posted this in the IUL forum. What is your plan with these 401k's?
     
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    Ummmmmmmmmm...Using the IUL as a 401k alternative.
     
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    It would be a breach of Fiduciary Duty on the businesses part to eliminate a 401k Plan in lieu of IULs for employees.... for so many reasons.
     
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    Thats exactly what David McKnight (Power of Zero) preaches although his pitch is to the employee rather than the employer.
     
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