Generally, all employee benefit plans with 100 or more participants are required to have an audit as part of their obligation to file an annual report with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). If your employee benefit plan is required to have an audit, it is the plan administrator’s duty to hire an independent public accountant, and to ensure that the plan has obtained a quality audit in accordance with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) and the DOL requirements.
Audits of employee benefit plans are an important part of Weaver’s practice. As one of the top 30 benefit plan auditors in the United States, we audit more than 350 plans each year – including more Texas plans than any other firm. Our experience includes numerous types of plans like defined contribution plans such as 401(k) or 403(b) plans, profit sharing plans and employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), defined contribution plans requiring Form 11-K filings, defined benefit plans, health and welfare plans, and master trust investment accounts. We are continually expanding and refining our services to meet our clients’ changing needs. Whether you sponsor one plan or multiple benefit plans, have 100 eligible participants or are managing flexible programs for 50,000 employees in multiple locations – or you are anywhere in between – Weaver has the expertise to efficiently and effectively audit your company’s employee benefit plan.
We take pride in completing the audit around your busy schedule, with minimal interruption of your staff’s time.
Weaver has employee benefit plan audit professionals in each location, as well as overall employee benefit plan audit service leaders. With Weaver, you are working with professionals who attend benefit plan focused training, which results in more efficient, value-added, quality audits that help you meet your fiduciary responsibilities.
Weaver's employee benefit plan audit practice at a glance:
- Our employee benefit plan audit services help clients with their annual DOL reporting requirements and meeting their fiduciary responsibilities
- We are a member of the AICPA Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center
- Weaver audits more than 350 employee benefit plans annually
- Audits include qualified defined contribution plans such as 401(k), 403(b), profit sharing and ESOPs (including those that require a Form 11-K filing), as well as defined benefit plans and health and welfare benefit plans
- Audited plan assets range from less than $1 million for plans sponsored by privately held companies and not-for-profit entities to more than $14 billion for plans sponsored by publicly traded companies
- A full range of plans, from those sponsored by privately held companies with 100 participants to large, multistate plans sponsored by publicly traded companies with more than 40,000 employees
- Weaver audits meet the specific reporting requirements of ERISA and the DOL
If your company provides an employee benefit plan and it has 100 or more participants, you’re generally required to have the plan’s annual report…