Being prepared for the audit and audit team can greatly improve an organization's audit efficiencies.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
Employee benefit plan audits are necessary to ensure compliance with government regulations and requirements, but don’t have to be a hassle for executives and their team members. Preparedness can streamline the process and create a smoother, more efficient audit for the company and the auditor.
Baker Tilly Virchow Krause (Baker Tilly) has published an educational article, "Top tips to prepare for an employee benefit plan audit," to help executives achieve audit efficiencies and prepare for employee benefit plan audits more effectively.
"Organizations can save time and money with a little advanced preparation for the audit process," said Christine Anderson, CPA, CITP, Managing Partner - Assurance, and Financial Services Industry Leader at Baker Tilly. "Being prepared for the audit and audit team can greatly improve an organization's audit efficiencies."
"Top tips to prepare for an employee benefit plan audit" is available on the Baker Tilly website and includes information on the following:
> Steps to take in planning for an employee benefit plan audit,
> Pieces to have prepared and what to expect during the audit fieldwork, and
> What to expect in the audit wrap-up
About Baker Tilly
With more than 1,500 employees, Baker Tilly provides a wide range of accounting, tax, and advisory services. Ranked as one of the top 20 largest firms in the country*, Baker Tilly serves clients from offices in Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York, Washington DC, and throughout Wisconsin.
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