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Purkat Financial is a Registered Investment Advisor focused on helping business owners, plan sponsors, financial advisors, and plan participants navigate 401k options.

Purkat Financial: 

  • HELPS businesses offer a premier 401(k) solution for employees
  • ALLEVIATES time-consuming plan administration tasks
  • CLARIFIES 401(k) plan options and best practices
  • IMPROVES retirement plan options 
  • EDUCATES employees on how to maximize their benefit
  • VALUES the well-being of all our clients



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    Heavyweight Match Up: The Department of Labor vs. The Field

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    Fiduciary: What Does it Really Mean?

    Even though its been a hot topic within the financial services industry the last few years, the word "fiduciary" is still foreign to many of those outside the industry.   This week's post is an anecdotal story to help people understand what it means to be a fiduciary. Enjoy!Its not something you think about very much as an adolescent - your parents or coaches or other adults being your role model - but looking back on it, that's exactly what they were. Doing the little things, going ab...  Read More

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    10 Features Every 401(K) Plan Needs to Have in 2016

    Don't let your 401(k) plan go stale - use this guide to see where you can add value to your company's plan and make it easier for your employees to save for retirement.1. Employee contribution limit maxed out to 100%The IRS allows an employee the lesser of 100% of his/her compensation or $18,000* to be contributed to their 401(k) account. In some instances, 401(k) plans may have been adopted (i.e. started or created) by an employer that limited the parameters of the plan for one r...  Read More

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