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Employee Benefit Plan Audit

By: Renee Collins

This article was originally published in the March 27th digital edition of Construction Business Owner here: Employee Benefit Plans: Keys to a Successful Audit. As the construction industry grapples with an industry-wide talent crisis, business owners should start to get... Continue Reading

By: Jared Rosen

Do not wait for an audit from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to solve your plan’s operational problems. Sponsors should regularly conduct self-reviews of their plan’s operations to fix—and, even better, prevent—problems, sources say. “Not enough plan sponsors are doing... Continue Reading

By: Carl Kampel

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) adopted standards to simplify several areas of financial reporting for employee benefit plans. These changes respond to concerns about the cost and effort to prepare plan financial statements. The standards were developed by the... Continue Reading

By: Carl Kampel

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) released guidance for evaluating certain assumptions used in developing actuarial liabilities for defined benefit pension plans. Actuarial information related to the present value of future obligations is required to be disclosed in... Continue Reading
By: Alissa Gulin Come January, accounting firm Ellin & Tucker will stop footing the bill for its employees’ junk food cravings. The company isn’t getting greedy — it’s getting smart, according to managing director Edwin Brake. Instead of the usual... Continue Reading
Recommended By: Jose Zambrano “The impact of the Affordable Care Act reporting requirements will be felt by businesses of all sizes and keeping abreast with the latest developments is a must. This article is an excellent summary of the draft... Continue Reading
By: Jared Rosen On August 14, 2014, the (DOL) issued Field Assistance Bulletin (FAB) 2014-01 which provides updated guidance to fiduciaries of terminated defined contribution plans regarding locating and distributing plan assets to missing participants. Under the Internal Revenue Code,... Continue Reading

By: Stephanie McGuire

Benefit plan documents should be reviewed regularly with the plan’s third-party administrator. While a plan’s TPA can assist employers in meeting regulatory requirements, it is important to define the roles and responsibilities of the plan sponsor, who is ultimately responsible... Continue Reading
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