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Executive Benefits

Competing for talented executives in today’s business environment presents challenges for companies of all sizes. With a clear understanding of these challenges, Rapport Benefit Group provides comprehensive executive benefits consulting services that help our clients successfully attract, retain and reward key employees—while remaining consistent with company objectives. We offer a wide range of plan designs to meet the specific needs of any organization:

  • Nonqualified deferred compensation plans
    • Supplemental Executive Retirement Plans (SERPs)
    • Voluntary deferral plans
    • 401(k) mirror plans
  • Executive bonus plans
  • Executive life insurance, disability and long term care

Rapport Benefit Group offers the unique advantage of being a single source for all phases of executive benefits planning. Our executive benefits consultants work closely with clients to ensure that every phase of the implementation and plan management process is completed effectively and efficiently, including:

  • Plan design, including recommendations for plan funding and analysis of plan liabilities.
  • Implementation support.
  • Complete administration of the plan, including options for:
    • Online access for executives to enroll, make changes, view account values and make transfers.
    • Customized reporting and investment option tracking.
  • Regular communications to help ensure that you and your executives are receiving maximum value from the program.

We have the ability to develop executive benefit plans that strategically supplement the health, welfare, and retirement benefits provided to all eligible employees. Contact our executive benefits team for expert guidance in exploring options that are consistent with your goals, objectives, and resources.

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Rapport Benefits Group

Mailing Address:
207 South 196th Place
Des Moines, WA 98148

Phone: 206.920.5868

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