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Member Benefits

Multiple Employer 401(K)

Through our membership with Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the Chamber Alliance is able to offer exclusively to our members the opportunity to join a Multiple Employer 401(K) plan called MIMEP. It's a great retirement benefits solution for small- to medium-sized businesses with 2-150 employees.

With newer federal regulations, employers with commonalities can now band together to have their 401(K) plans treated as a single retirement plan. By participating in MIMEP, small businesses can offer the same 401(K) benefits larger companies can at a competitive price.

Save money, avoid taking on the administrative costs and challenges of establishing a standalone retirement plan and be able to offer robust retirement benefits too.

  • The MIMEP allows companies to save on 401(K) administrative fees – in most cases up to 50%.
  • Enhanced tax credits are available, including up to 100% tax credit for plan start-up costs (SECURE Act 2.0 of 2022).
  • Reduce your risk along with your administrative time and costs – all while enhancing your retirement benefit offerings.

Members of the Chamber Alliance of Mason County must also be members of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce in order to take advantage of this offer. Don't let that deter you, because there are numerous benefits and programs available to small businesses that still make this a great investment and retirement benefit solution for your business.

Interested in learning more? Contact Amanda Toy or 517-371-7642.

Training & Education

A series of training sessions is available to Chamber Alliance members at little or no cost. Through a partnership with the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, we’re offering a wide variety of webinars and workshops featuring experts and Q&A opportunities on many of the biggest topics or emerging issues facing employers.  

Register now for any number of webinars and workshops at using the local Chamber code: CAMC. This will allow you a significant discount through the Chamber Alliance of Mason County.

You might also connect with trusted consultants to provide on-site or customized training that can be designed to meet your business’ specific learning needs. 

Contact Becky Burtka to learn more: 517-371-7674 or 

Employment Law Posters

Stay compliant – we can help! Chamber Alliance members have access to employment law posters and publications through the Michigan Chamber of Commerce.

Thousands of Michigan employers trust the Michigan Chamber for labor law poster needs. Mandatory state and federal notices are consolidated into one high-quality, easy-to-read 27x30 laminated sheet.

You may also download PDF for easy sharing with your remote or hybrid colleagues. A virtual guide offers the latest employment law information. Visit and use the code: CAMC

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