/EINPresswire.com/ Chico, CA – November 30, 2011 — On November 15, 2011, Marc Roberts, President, and John Olsen, VP of Operations, from Associated Pension Consultants (APC), one of the largest pension administration firms servicing the Northern California and Northern Nevada regions, traveled to Washington D.C. to meet with California District 2 Representative, Wally Herger, a leading key member of the Committee on Ways and Means.
Roberts and Olsen were joined by senior officials from the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA) and talked with Congressman Herger about the retirement plan industry. Of key concern to all is how Congress will handle the current budget deficit. Future legislation could have a profound effect on American workers’ ability to save for their retirement. At stake could be the business’s ability to take deductions for retirement plan contributions and subsequent funding for their employees’ retirement. The message delivered by APC and ASPPA is to not balance the budget at the expense of private retirement plans.
Roberts was very encouraged by the response from Congressman Herger who said he was very supportive of the message delivered by APC and appreciative of their efforts in traveling to Washington D.C. to voice their concerns.
For over 35 years APC has been a leader in Third Party Administration with clients nationwide offering a variety of pension plans specifically tailored to meet the needs of its clients.
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