Findings from a recent AARP survey of registered voters ages 25 and older:
said it’s important for people to be able to save money for retirement while working.
said they’re participating in a workplace retirement savings plan.
of respondents aged 45+ wish they had more money saved for their retirement years.
Wichita Retirement Plan Solutions
- 403 (b)
- 457 plans
- Deferred Compensation
- College Plans (529)
- Estate Plans
- Executive Compensation (buy, sell, key man insurance, defined benefit)
- Profit Sharing Plans
- Employee Stock Ownership Plans
- Cash Balance Plans
- Defined Benefit Plans
Map of Wichita (KS)
About Wichita (KS)
At the core of the Wichita business community are the aerospace and aviation sectors which have deep roots dating back to the early 20th century. Home to major aircraft manufacturers like Textron Aviation (Cessna and Beechcraft) and Spirit AeroSystems, Wichita continues to be a global leader in the production of general aviation and commercial aircraft components. The Wichita State University National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) further enhances the city’s reputation as an aerospace innovation center, conducting cutting-edge research and development.
Manufacturing is another cornerstone of the Wichita business landscape. Beyond aerospace, the city hosts a range of manufacturing companies producing goods spanning from machinery and equipment to food products. This diversity showcases the adaptability and resilience of the local workforce and its ability to thrive across various industries.
Wichita’s business community is not confined to traditional sectors alone. In recent years, the city has witnessed a surge in technology startups and entrepreneurial ventures, contributing to its transformation into a more dynamic and forward-looking economic hub. Co-working spaces, incubators and accelerators have sprung up to nurture these emerging businesses and foster an environment of innovation and collaboration.