Retirement Plan Audit Strategies and New 403(b) Regulations
- Nov 11, 2009
ERISA generally requires audits for plans with 100+ eligible participants at the beginning of a plan year. Form 5500 is due seven months after the plan’s year end and can be extended for 2 1/2 months. In our webinar, Retirement Plan Audit Strategies, we answer key questions such as:
- When is an audit required and what is the objective of the audit?
- What are the unique issues for 403(b) audits?
- How do we select an auditor and what should we expect from the audit process?
We review how to prepare for the annual plan audit, the procedures to expect from auditors, and the unique issues for 403(b) plan audits. We have also included a 403(b) To-Do List to help keep the process on track as well as several tools to assist with your benefit plan audit.
For more information contact: Diane M. Wasser, CPA, Partner-in-Charge, Pension Services Group.
If you have any questions, we'd like to hear from you.
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