Brokers Can Fill Revenue Gap With Unique, New Voluntary Benefit

November 1, 2011 No comments | Back To Home

October 28, 2011 – Lawrence, KS based SilverSaver® by Mass Metal LLC, recently announced its service as a voluntary employee benefit. As medical and employer-funded benefits have decreased, voluntary benefits have surfaced as a bridge to fill the revenue gap for brokers across the country. As a unique new entry to this growing market, SilverSaver® is the first and only way for employers to offer savings accounts via payroll deduction that are denominated in physical silver and gold.

SilverSaver® provides the protection of precious metals to everyone by passing along the efficiencies of large purchases for amounts as low as $25 per pay period. It has been well-received by those who understand the importance of accumulating precious metals as a hedge against loose monetary policies adopted by the worlds’ central banks. The company has clients in all 50 states and in Canada, who have saved silver and gold through automated checking, savings and brokerage account withdrawals. Due to demand from existing clients, SilverSaver® now makes it easy for people to accumulate precious metals automatically through employers that choose to offer it.

Gold and silver have recently surged to record high prices on demand as a safe-haven and have a 5,000-year history of being used as money. The goal of Mass Metal is to enable everyone to accumulate these time-tested assets using a safe, convenient and secure method.

Jeremy Brakenhoff, President and CEO of Mass Metal LLC said, “Our goal has always been to get physical precious metals into the hands of everyone. Creating the ability for companies to offer SilverSaver® through payroll deduction makes it that much easier.”

For more information on the company, visit

Media Contact:
Josh McCleary
Chief Operating Officer
Office: 800.701.3546 x11
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