KTP Advisors 38 Washington Sq, Newport, RI02840 KTP Advisors is an advisory firm specializing in providing clients with knowledge and resources about retiree health…More benefits and pharmacy benefits for employed persons. The advisors here work closely with clients on both short- and long-term strategies and keeps them up-to-date with the latest in the business, legal and regulatory spheres, helping them identify and reach their goals.
Cbiz Tofias 130 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI02840 Cbiz Tofias is a Newport-based accounting firm specializing in bookkeeping and payroll for corporate…More interests. Additional available services include consulting, employee benefit plan audits, forensic accounting, tax preparation and more. Its office is located at 130 Bellevue Avenue.
Sundin Financial 144 Kay St, Newport, RI02840 A full-service insurance and financial consulting firm, Sundin Financial has more than 25 years of experience in the…More field. The company specializes in reviewing individuals' and business owners' retirement plans, as well as designing employee benefit plans, with the aim of avoiding costly financial mistakes. Other services include life insurance.
The Department of Human Resources for the city of Newport is located on the second floor of the main municipal…More building at 43 Broadway. The department is responsible for filling city vacancies and managing the current workforce. Information on open positions and employee benefits can be found here.
The department is led by Affirmative Action Officer Hakim Nassirou, HR Assistant Daryl G. Kolator and HR Administrator Michael J. Coury, IPMA-CP.
The Newport County Fund 1 Union Sta, Providence, RI02903 The Newport County Fund is a permanent endowment of the Rhode Island Foundation. The only Foundation-established fund…More with a geographic focus, the Newport County Fund seeks to enhance the lives of residents throughout the county. It is led by a volunteer advisory committee and awards grants to projects and organizations that benefit the area communities, including Newport, Jamestown, Middletown, Portsmouth, Tiverton and Little Compton. Since it was established in 2002, the Newport County Fund has awarded more than $1.7 million.