Employee Benefits: comply with confidence and meet fiduciary requirements
Employee benefits are complicated—each brings unique requirements that, if unmet, can subject the plan and its sponsor to added scrutiny from plan participants and regulators. It’s important that plan sponsors, plan fiduciaries, and the Department of Labor (DOL) are confident the plan is being managed properly. Learn how to manage fiduciary responsibilities, monitor plan investments, and maximize the plan’s potential.
You should attend if your company is:
|•||Approaching the plan participant threshold requiring a financial statement audit to be attached to the Form 5500|
|•||Not required to file a financial statement audit but subject to fiduciary requirements under the DOL|
|•||One that would benefit from education on fiduciary requirements|
This hour-long presentation will help you better understand, prepare for, and implement your financial statement audits, and comply with fiduciary requirements under the DOL and ERISA.
Who should attend?
HR executives, finance executives, wealth and investment management professionals, and employee benefits professionals.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
This overview session does not require any prerequisites is designed to provide 1 CPE credits for tax and specialized knowledge under standards established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Please check with your relevant licensing body to determine your qualification for CPE credits.
Bill Enck and Kaylyn Landry can help you understand the shifting employee benefits landscape and gain control of related challenges, no matter how simple or complex.