401k Audits: Take care of your business as you take care of your employees.
Making sure your employee benefit plan meets all of the Department of Labor (DOL) and Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) requirements is a key responsibility for most businesses filling out form 5500. A 401k audit of the plan can ensure this is the case, and if your company has over 100 employees, the DOL mandates that you undergo an employee benefit plan audit each year.
During a 401k audit, our team determines if the plan assets are fairly valued if plan obligations are properly stated if contributions were received in a timely manner, and if plan payments followed the terms. At the conclusion of the audit, DHJJ issues a report that includes suggestions on how to improve internal controls and operations.
Ensure Your Employee Benefit Plan Meets All Requirements
DHJJ is a member of the Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center (EBPQAC) with the AICPA to keep up with best practices for businesses in Chicago and throughout Illinois. Our knowledge of the EBP industry and technical expertise set us apart from other firms in the Chicago area to ensure a high-quality audit. With experience in running employee benefit plan audits for Illinois companies, DHJJ delivers a proven process that delivers the required reports and targeted recommendations.
- 401(k) plans
- Profit-Sharing plans
- Defined Contribution plans
- Employee Stock Ownership plans
Areas We Service
Make your business stronger and your life simpler. Listed below are the areas we service! Please reach out if you do not see your location listed!
- Elk Grove Village
- Arlington Heights
- Des Plaines
- Mount Prospect
- Hoffman estates
- And More!
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