Under federal law, employee benefit plans including 401(k) plans, 403(b) plans, profit sharing plans, defined benefit plans and others must be audited annually if they have 100 or more eligible participants. Our firm offers the professional expertise in employee benefit plan audits required to ensure that your business remains in good standing, even as the Department of Justice intensifies its review and scrutiny of employee benefit plan audits.
The choice you make when choosing a certified public accounting firm for employee benefit plan auditing is critical. The scope of these engagements is unique and is becoming increasingly complex due to more stringent accounting and reporting requirements. This means that you need a team of professionals who are intimately familiar with the specifics of employee benefit plan audits. Look no further than our firm to be trusted advisors for this service and so much more.
Contact us today to discuss they types of employee benefit plans you offer, and we’ll create a customized audit plan tailored to your business.
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Working from home has increased in popularity over the past several years. But today, amidst the COVID-19 crisis, it’s not only popular, but required for many. Moving from a hustle-and-bustle professional workspace to a home office can be a major transition for many. To help you make the move successfully, here are a few tips to reduce distractions while working from home:
Dear Clients and Friends,
For the safety of our employees and clients, we are restricting access to our office and employees. We are suspending person to person meetings and ask that you use the postal service or other services to deliver physical documents. Also, our employees can assist you in a secure method of transferring documentation electronically if you prefer.
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