Finally, a retirement benefit built for Home Care companies.

Icon, the smart alternative to a 401k.

  • Affordable and easy to use
  • High quality, low cost investing
  • Works for W2 and 1099

To learn more, connect with a retirement specialist.

The new standard in workplace retirement for Home Care.

Benefits for employers:

  • Removes cost, complexity and fiduciary risk
  • Works for W2 and 1099 workers
  • Set up takes minutes

Benefits for workers:

  • Delivers personalized savings and investing
  • Easy to use
  • Doesn't require a rollover

Why companies love it.

Los Angeles Home Care Services

An important part of the community, a home health care company wants to help their 1099 contractors build their financial security and save for their futures. That’s where Icon comes in.

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Why your people will love it.

With smart features and simplified investing, Icon makes saving easier.

Create account

Accounts automatically link to payroll. Every time employees get paid, their contributions are automatically deducted from their paychecks.

We’ll recommend a portfolio

Employees don’t have to be financial experts, choose funds, or rebalance. Icon does all of this.

Start saving

They decide how much to contribute— up to $6,500 annually or $7,500 if they're over 50.

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How it works.

We’ve modernized retirement savings for you and your caretakers. Designed for efficiency, Icon’s digital platform enables Home Care agencies and other employers to offer a tax-advantaged retirement savings plan.

Icon. The Home Care industry’s one-stop retirement savings partner.


Our platform handles all of the recordkeeping and transactions.


Icon acts in the best interest of our clients and is a fiduciary.

Employee onboarding

We handle enrollment and plan communications.


Icon delivers low-cost funds and built-in investment advice.

Easy to use

Simply approve contributions with payroll through your Icon dashboard.

Talk to a retirement specialist to learn more.