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Captain401 is a financial technology startup and provider of 401(k) administration software and investment advising services to small businesses.[1] They are plan fiduciaries. The investment advisory services are provided by Captain Advisors, LLC, which is registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.[2]


Captain401 is a member of Y Combinator's summer 2015 batch.[3]

In February 2016, Captain401 announced a $3.5 million seed round. Investors include SoftTech VC, SV Angel, Y Combinator, CrunchFund, Dave Morin, Susa Ventures, FundersClub, Paul Buchheit, Justin Kan, Michael Siebel, Jared Friedman, Jacob Gibson, Greg Brockman, Joe Montana.[4]

Product and services

Captain401 is an online 401(k) administration tool that syncs with payroll providers to manage the contributions, deductions, and maintenance of a 401(k) plan for a company.[5] Employees can access their funds online and can contribute to either a Roth or Traditional 401(k). An optional automated investing service is also available to employees.[3]


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