OregonSaves is a simple and convenient way for workers to save for retirement. It allows them to save a part of each paycheck through payroll deductions facilitated by their employer and invest their savings in professionally-managed investment options in a Roth individual retirement account. The account is also portable, allowing them to take it with them from job to job.
Any business with employees that does not sponsor a qualified retirement plan* will need to register to facilitate OregonSaves for its employees. The registration process is designed to be simple in order to limit any burden on employers. Employers can choose to offer their own retirement plans to some or all of their employees instead of participating in the program.
The program is scheduled to roll out in phases, and the State will let employers know when their phase will begin. The deadlines for employers to register to facilitate are as follows:
• An employer employing 100 or more employees: November 15, 2017
• An employer employing 50 to 99 employees: May 15, 2018
• An employer employing 20 to 49 employees: December 15, 2018
• An employer employing 10 to 19 employees: May 15, 2019
• An employer employing 5 to 9 employees: November 15, 2019
• An employer employing 4 or fewer employees: May 15, 2020 (more…)
This morning, the Chamber board of directors adopted the following Action Plan. This resulted out of the November planning session and subsequent staff work to implement their vision in to measurable and specific goals.
Please join us by donating your used purses, make up bags and all kinds of toiletries!
Project Homeless Connect is January 27th and we will collect up to January 20, 2017.
The Class of 2016 is launching Beaverton Awareness Day May 14
Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Lorraine Clarno, ACE was recognized for renewing her Accredited Chamber Executive (ACE) status at the Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.) annual conference in Burlingame, CA.
The ACE designation is awarded to only those chamber executives who meet stringent criteria set by the association
Beaverton City Council Position No. 1 – Lacey Beaty
Beaverton City Council Position No.
Whether you have need for a new sign on the outside of your storefront, are looking to do major business remodeling or redevelopment, or are considering a multi-million dollar development in Beaverton, this workshop will connect with the right people, introduce you to the decision makers, and give you a pathway to expedient and efficient development success.