Employee Benefit Plan Audit

As companies look to broaden the benefits offered to employees – and industry regulators take a keener eye to ensuring compliance – it becomes critical for organizations to rely on a trusted advisor for a thorough and high-value benefit plan audit. At MFA, our professionals are adept at performing quality employee benefit plan audits that deliver the essential components of value: expertise, service and price.

Based on specific provisions dictated by the Department of Labor (DOL) and Social Security Administration and as outlined by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), our seasoned audit professionals advise you on addressing the most complex matters related to employee benefit plans through the sharing of proactive value-added advice and assistance in avoiding penalties associated with non-compliance.


Broad Spectrum of Employee Benefit Plan Audits
• 401(k) Plans
• Profit–Sharing Plans
• Defined Benefit Plans
• 403(b) and 401(a) Plans
• Employee Stock Ownership Option Plans (ESOP)
• Health and Welfare Benefit Plans
• Plans Requiring 11K SEC Filings


What MFA’s Employee Benefit Plan Audit Services Can Do For You

  • Shore up internal controls and compliance practices to meet growing expectations for employee benefit plan administrators
  • Avoid the time-consuming and costly results associated with common audit red flags through early preparation and relationship-building with a trusted third party
  • Stay current with IRS and DOL best practices regarding benefit plan administration and fiduciary compliance
  • Prepare for a potential DOL audit with comprehensive analysis, careful documentation and trusted advisory



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Our dedicated Employee Benefit Plan Audit Team is here to help you meet growing compliance requirements through a smooth and efficient engagement process.

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