A low fee 401(k) for Paycor

Guideline provides a seamless 401(k) with low monthly costs and no transaction fees that integrates with Paycor.

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How Paycor and Guideline work together

With third party access Guideline syncs all your payroll data from Paycor automatically.

  • Automated Contributions

    401(k) contributions are automatically updated and deducted each pay run. No need to maintain deductions or manually re-enter payroll data.

  • Easy onboarding

    When employees are onboarded, we’ll notify and enroll them in the plan on your behalf—so no additional admin work is required.

Powerful plans for
businesses of any size

Our 401(k) plans come with low monthly costs and no transaction fees. So you won’t have to pay extra for plan setup, plan transfers, or 5500 prep.

  • Core
    Most popular
    / month
    + $8/mo per active participant fee

    A foundational 401(k) with robust features and more plan design options.

    • $23,000 employee contribution limit

    • Safe Harbor or Traditional 401(k)

    • Features like employer contributions and profit sharing

    • Can connect with any payroll provider

  • Enterprise
    / month
    + active participant fee

    Our most custom 401(k) with exclusive pricing options and premium support.

    • $23,000 employee contribution limit

    • Exclusive pricing options

    • Premium support for plan admin and employees

    • Access to Participant Perks

    • Support for 401(k) plan transfers

Get back up to $16,500 in tax credits

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This information is general in nature and is for informational purposes only. It shouldn’t be used as a substitute for specific tax, legal and/or financial advice that considers all relevant facts and circumstances. Investing involves risk and investments may lose value. Tax laws and regulations are complex and subject to change. You should consult a qualified financial adviser or tax professional before relying on this information.