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Pension Specialists, Inc.
Founded in 1985, Pension Specialists, Inc. ("PSI") is a privately-held corporation headquartered in California. PSI provides comprehensive retirement plan services and cafeteria plan services to over one thousand clients throughout the United States. Our clients range in size from one-person sole proprietors to large corporations with thousands of employees. In total, assets in the plans serviced by PSI exceed $3.5 billion.
North America USA California Folsom
Address:   35 Iron Point Circle, Suite 100, Folsom, CA 95630, USA
Phone: +1 916 605 401K
Fax: +1 916 605 4024
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