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Benefits in Kind

Goods or services provided for free or for a very low price, especially as a donation for charitable purposes or as a fringe benefit for an employee or client.
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American Registry, LLC is an independent company that serves businesses and professionals such as Diversified Employee Benefit Services who have been recognized for excellence.
It is imperative that owners and directors with fiduciary responsibilities examine their general liability insurance to confirm the scope of their coverage for employee benefits liability, if any.
This firm-based voluntary membership center for CPA firms that audit employee benefit plans provides access to comprehensive EBP audit resources, including e-mall news alerts, a dedicated Web site, an online forum, tools and Web seminars on technical, legislative and practice management subjects.
2) For audits that did not comply with professional standards, the DOL believed that the lack of technical knowledge was a result of the practitioner not being aware of the applicable professional guidance, such as that provided by the AICPA Employee Benefit Plans Audit Guides.
The guide currently contains guidance on how the general fieldwork and reporting standards may be satisfied in employee benefit plan engagements.
BAN is a national consortium of employee benefit brokers and consultants founded by a group of brokers who really understand the challenges that face benefits consultants and advisors.
The EBSA continues to focus on the timeliness of remittance of participant contributions in contributory employee benefit plans.
Scott Voynich, "The launch of the Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center is intended to provide a forum that spurs CPA firms performing audits to make immediate quality improvements to employee benefit audits under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, including pension, health and welfare, and 401(k) plans.
A common cause for rejecting the audit report of an employee benefit plan is the report's failure to specifically refer to the supporting schedules required by the ERISA.
The practical, real-world solutions used by these organizations, The Principal([R])10 Best Companies for Employee Financial Security--2006, are revealed in a new guide that provides a blueprint for achieving business success through employee benefits.
Conceptually, the idea of putting an employee benefit risk in a captive and getting a front and having reinsurance to protect you from catastrophic risk isn't that different [from placing property/casualty risks in a captive].
Employee Benefit Plans Industry Developments--2001 Audit Risk Alert (No.
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