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Ronald Lang – Bio

Below is a brief bio of Ronald Lang, Principal of Atlas Wealth Management, LLC

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Contact Information; Email – Ron.Lang@Atlas401kPlans.com, Phone – (888)403-9400

Ronald Lang is the Principal at Atlas Wealth Management, LLC and Atlas 401(k) Retirement Solutions.  Since the firm has both a Suitability and a Fiduciary Duty towards their clients situations and goals, we only have their best interests in mind.

His clientele ranges from individuals that are retired to just getting out of college. Corporate accounts are from a variety of industries and sizes (several sole proprietor’s to multi-million dollar businesses).

Areas of Expertise
Financial Planning, Retirement Planning, Corporate Accounts (Managing Cash Surplus), Corporate IRA Accounts (401(k), SEP, Simple IRA programs), College Planning (Coverdell & 529 Plans), Investment Advisor and Executor of Trusts and Estates, Understanding of the Markets, Endowment Management and Strategic Planning. 

Working knowledge of Trusts, Estates, Life Insurance and Tax Implications, but Mr. Lang partners with experts in these fields of study to provide current and future clientele the answers and strategies they need to achieve asset protection and financial goals.

Speaking Event Topics
Mr. Lang speaks at several events for many different groups and organizations.  The majority of the topics are on business and finance.  Some of the topics have included; 401(k) Plan Design & Fiduciary Compliance, 401(k) – Increasing Participant Education, Ideas on Compensation other than Salary, Wealth Building, Retirement Planning, College Planning, Understanding the Markets & Women in Transition. 

Board Member Participation
Greater Valley Human Resource Association (www.gvfhra.org)
Board Member and Treasurer.  Professional organization with over 350 members

Main Line Art Center (www.mlac.org)
Past: Finance and Technology Committee Member

Pals For Life
Therapy Animal Visits and Reading Programs for Challenged Children
Past: Board Member and Treasurer

Philadelphia Chapter EO (Entrepreneur Organization) EO is part of a Global organization of 7,000+ entrepreneur’s from around the world.  The Philadelphia chapter focuses on providing an environment for entrepreneurs to meet, discuss business issues, share resources and offered a robust learning calendar with business leaders and trainers.
Past: Two-Term President and Board Member

Volunteer Work
Youth sports (Coaching & Board Member)
Multiple Championship Seasons

Business Mission
He believes that financial education is one of the most important skills you can have in life, but very few people pay attention to it until it’s too late.  Mr. Lang’s goal is to provide financial literacy in its simplest form to those that are willing learn and apply that knowledge.  Starting with the youth of today is critical for them to get a base of fiscal responsibility.

Recent Speaking Engagements

Tri-State SHRM – “Financial Stress is Killing Productivity and what you can do about it” – November 2019 (SHRM & HRCI)

Seminar/Workshop “401(k) Plan Ideas, Setting up a Financial Wellness Program, Understanding HSA”  – October 2019 (HRCI & CPE Approved) – King of Prussia/Valley Forge, PA

IMA Mid-Atlantic Region – “Financial Stress is Killing Productivity and what you can do about it” – September 2019 (CPE Approved) – Exton, PA

Pennsylvania SHRM State Conference – “Financial Stress is Killing Productivity and what you can do about it” – September 2019 (SHRM & HRCI) – State College, PA

Centre County SHRM Chapter – “Ideas on Compensation other than Salary” – September 2019 (HRCI and SHRM Approved) – State College, PA

Arizona SHRM State Conference – “Financial Stress is Killing Productivity and what you can do about it” – August 2019 (SHRM & HRCI) – Glendale, AZ

SHRM Winner’s Circle People of Year – “Compensation Ideas (other than Salary and What’s Trending” – February 2019 (HRCI Approved) – Philadelphia, PA

Seminar/Workshop – “Improving your Company 401(k) Plan” (King of Prussia, PA) – October 2018 (CPE & HRCI Approved) – Scottsdale, AZ

Seminar/Workshop – “Improving your Company 401(k) Plan” (Scottsdale, AZ) – October 2018 (CPE & HRCI Approved) – King of Prussia/Valley Forge, PA

IMA Mid-Atlantic Region – “Dissecting the 401(k) Plan, Assets, Fees & Design” (King of Prussia, PA) – June 2018 (CPE Approved)

Seminar/Workshop – “Dissecting the 401(k) Plan, Assets, Fees & Design” (King of Prussia, PA) – May 2018 (CPE & HRCI Approved)

Seminar/Workshop – “Dissecting the 401(k) Plan, Assets, Fees & Design” (Scottsdale, AZ) – May 2018 (CPE & HRCI Approved)

MACE (for CPAs) – “Dissecting the 401(k) Plan, Assets, Fees & Design” (Malvern, PA) – April 2018 (CPE Approved)

IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) West Chester, PA Chapter – February 2018 – (CPE Approved)

Delco SHRM – January 2018 – 401(k) Plan Review and Fiduciary Compliance (HRCI and SHRM CE Approved)

SEMINAR – October 2017 – 401(k) Top Plan Design Ideas & Fiduciary Compliance (HRCI and CPE Approved)

Arizona State SHRM Conference – August 2017 – Ideas on Compensation other than Salary (HRCI and SHRM Approved)

Greater Phoenix – West Valley SHRM – March 2017 (SHRM 17-LR4OE/HRCI 303061)

Greater Valley Forge HR Summit – October 2016 (HRCI approval code – 293659)

Main Line Continuing Education (CPA’s) – September 2016

401(k) Plan Design and Fiduciary Responsibility – May 2016

Delaware County HR Association (Ideas on Compensation other than Salary) – May 2016 (HRCI approval code – 280042 / SHRM 16-8RCQ3)

401(k) Plan Design and Top Ways to Increase Participation Rate – November 2015

Delaware County HR Association (Top Ways to Increase Participation Rate) – April 2015 (HRCI approval code – 244830)

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