The ERISA and Department of Labor (DOL) annual reporting requirements for employee benefit plans pose unique challenges and complexities for plan sponsors. Noncompliance with these rules and restrictions can result in significant penalties. TD&T’s dedicated Employee Benefit Plan Audit Team understands the risks that you face.
We have the technical expertise and a track record of success to help you minimize your risk and file your audited financial statements with confidence.
You will appreciate a smooth transition
Don’t let concerns about start-up time keep you from engaging us to conduct your employee benefit plan audits.
Our audit team places a high degree of emphasis on planning and organizing. This includes establishing an understanding of the plan and the sponsor’s industry to allow for an efficient and smooth audit process and timely coordination with third-party administrators.
TD&T has a team of CPAs with more than 40 years of combined experience that specializes in employee benefit audits. We have the experience required to efficiently and accurately perform both limited-scope and full-scope audits of various types of plans including
Defined contribution plans
Defined benefit plans
Our dedicated staff knows what they are doing and asks targeted, relevant questions.
As compared to our regional and national competitors, we have been commended by clients for our hands-on partner involvement in all employee benefit plan audits.
Our commitment to quality means better results for you
To demonstrate our commitment to quality benefit plan audits, we have joined AICPA’s Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center (EBPAQC).
Membership is only available to those firms meeting requirements such as:
Existence of a dedicated ERISA audit partner
Continuing professional education requirements specific to employee benefit plans
Specific policies, procedures and internal inspection for the employee benefit plan practice
We are currently engaged by dozens of privately-held plan sponsors who have benefited from our focus and commitment to staying abreast of changing regulations in the Employee Benefit Plan arena.