“Based on our review of the limited audit workpapers provided to us, nothing came to our attention that would warrant further action at this time.”
This is a strong endorsement when you consider that the DOL reports that 39% of the audits they reviewed had material deficiencies that would lead to rejection of a Form 5500 filing.*
This is not the first time Gray, Gray & Gray has been acknowledged for its exemplary work on an Employee Benefits Plan Audit.
“We have invested time and money in training and process development to ensure we perform a quality audit – every time,” stated Richard Hirschen, CPA, CGMA, a partner heading up the firm’s Employee Benefit Plan Audits Practice Group. “Our audit team is professional, experienced, and pays close attention to the details, all in a timely and efficient manner.”
For more information, visit www.gggcpas.com/Employee-Benefit-Plan-Audits.
*Office of the Chief Accountant, Employee Benefits Security Administration and the U.S. Department of Labor (May 2015)
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