Current and former employees report that Ameriprise provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“They take holiday pay out of your over all personal time”
“Company offers strong health insurance through UNH.”
“Up to a 5% contribution from the employer”
DI up to 65% of salary
Ameriprise has a great benefits package.
Pros: Health insurance, retirement match, and vacation time.
Very strict compliance which is great but hinders outside tools that may make things efficient and unique.
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I have an Ameriprise advisor since 2016. Somehow I just realized how poor my returns are (2.62% annualized for last 5 years. I even lost money in my IRA in 2021!) I’m 47 now and have $2.5mm across IRA, ROTH, brokerage and non-managed accounts. I feel like a fool for not watching more closely and frankly like my advisor failed me. The timing of everything he did was off. When we discussed he just said “sorry” and that he made less money since I did, too! Do I have any recourse?
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Nice to work, environment friendly
DEI programming was really good.
Good benefits, good PTO, good job
Great 401k, profit sharing and generous PTO.
All based on owners/partners preferences. Franchise has the typical, small business, 401(k) compensation of 3% match on a 6 year vesting schedule, with the potential of earning 2-3% of employee profit sharing contributions each year. Employer pays at their own discretion/time, so may only make one payment per year. Insurance benefits such as health, dental, and disability are offered. Disability is based on minimum base salary - expect to cover the remainder through private insurance to even come remotely close to typical 60%. Pay scale is set up as a minimum base salary pay, while the rest of it is based on practice profit (1% before licensed; 2% after licensed), then graded on a performance scale to determine how much of said % you earn. Not much transparency. Expect long work weeks (45-60 hours). Beware of noncompete clauses because they are highly enforceable.
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