Employee Benefit Plan Audit
Delivering Peace of Mind
You have plenty of fiduciary responsibilities, and selecting a qualified auditor is just one of them.
Ensuring your employees’ retirement funds are secure underlies your desire to take care of your people. You go to great lengths to choose the advisors to help navigate the complexities of providing quality plans for your team – based on their experience, service and cost.
We’ve helped organizations ranging in size from 100 to 30,000 participants and $1 million to $1 billion in plan assets tackle their benefit plan audits. Simple and straightforward or highly complex and technical, we’ve got you covered. Our firm has advised public and private companies on either side of the spectrum maintain compliance or get compliant.
Identifying Potential Pitfalls Before They Become Critical
Our team takes a proactive approach from beginning to end. With a dedicated Employee Benefit Plan Practice Leader, our experienced team will walk you through the complex rules, regulations and increasing scrutiny from the Department of Labor and Internal Revenue Service to understand the requirements and identify compliance issues before they arise.
We invest our time in getting to know you and your plan’s operations by meeting with you face-to-face and attending plan committee meetings. An effective communication strategy with you is one of our top priorities. Our consultative audit approach ensures that potential pitfalls are identified and resolved before they become critical plan operational errors.
We’re members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center, so you get dedicated, experienced professionals, who know what is needed to achieve the highest standards of quality.
Audit Services for Employee Benefit Plans
401(k) plan audits
403(b) plan audits
Defined benefit pension plans
DOL and IRS investigation assistance
Employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs)
ERISA compliance matters
Full or partial plan terminations
IRS voluntary correction program submissions
Plan mergers, acquisitions, and spin-offs
Process and internal control improvements
Profit sharing plans
SEC 11-k filings
Technical Accounting Advisory