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401(k) Inventor Offers New Way to Earn "Bread"


Ted Benna, the “Father of the 401(k),” is pushing a new incentive plan employers could offer rank-and-file employees, Dubbed the “Wheat Grains Incentive Plan,” money put into it, exclusively by employers, would grow tax-deferred much like a 401(k).

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CNBC's "Power Lunch": Traditional 401(k) plans are too complex, expensive for small businesses


CNBC's "Power Lunch" team discusses how small businesses can best plan for retirement with Ted Benna of Benna 401K and the inventor of the 401(k) account.

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Mandated retirement plans in view for all employers: know your options


By May 2020, all Oregon businesses must offer employee retirement programs — both missteps and opportunities await.

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Cashflow Ninja - Podcast: 351: Ted Benna: The $10 Trillion Inventor


As you know as listeners of the cashflow ninja, this is not an echo chamber just of ideas and investments I support, but a platform to share many different ideas and investments to help educate my audience.

I really enjoyed my conversation with Ted Benna and he brings a great perspective to this vehicle and also shares a wealth of knowledge and his experience.

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Get Rich Education - Podcast: 197: Inventor Of 401(k), Ted Benna Joins Us


The man credited as the “Father” and “Inventor” of the 401(k), Ted Benna, joins us today. He created and gained IRS approval of the first 401(k) savings plan. Even Ted laments that they should be “blown up”. They are not serving participants in the way they were intended. Ted & I discuss alternatives to 401(k)s.

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The Money Advantage - Podcast: Reflections from the “Father of the 401(k)”


If you listen to the “financial experts” on tv or the radio, you will hear the typical blanket advice that you should put money into a 401(k). But the question is, does that advice apply to everybody? To get as much of an insider’s perspective as we could find, we interviewed Ted Benna, “inventor” of the 401(k).

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Politico Article: The $10 trillion inventor


Ted Benna, the “father of the 401(k),” has some thoughts about his creation—and how to fix it.

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