Generally, Federal law requires employee benefit plans with 100 or more participants to have an audit as part of their obligation to file an annual return/report (Form 5500 Series). A quality audit will help protect the assets and the financial integrity of your employee benefit plan and help you determine whether the necessary funds will be available to pay retirement benefits to your employees. The higher the quality of a plan’s financial statement audit, the more reliable the information used to manage and administer the plan. A quality audit also will help you carry out your legal responsibility to file a complete and accurate annual return/report for your plan each year. As such, selection of an experienced and reliable auditor is very important.
If you're looking for a quality Old Bridge CPA Firm to provide reliable 401(k) plan audit services, call Rizick & Rizick CPAs today at 732-387-0872 to schedule your phone consultation.
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