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I'll call T.Rowe Price or some other outfit on this, but I wanted to get information from as many sources as possible.

I'm curious if anyone knows what the bare minimum would be for a company to start a 401(K) plan for its employees i.e. no employer contribution (basically anything to sell it to the employers, but to at least give the employees, who wish, a chance to contribute pre-tax dollars toward their retirement).

And I was wondering if anyone can recommend an investment company/adviser, which you're happy with, who would be willing to work with a small company.

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