When it comes to employee benefit plans, an audit can be a proactive step that serves to protect the financial integrity and assets of your plan and ensures that necessary funds are available to pay health, retirement, 401(k), pension and other profit-sharing obligations to your employees.

If your company has a benefit plan, such as a 401(k) with 100 or more eligible participants, you are required to have an

 audit performed on that plan annually. The audit is filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of Labor (DOL). Failing to do so could mean major penalties for your business. 

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This e-book will answer questions pertaining to:

  • Who needs an audit
  • The risk involved in not filing, or filing incorrectly
  • How to choose an auditor
  • What to expect before and after the audit takes place

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