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perquisite

an incidental benefit gained from a certain type of employment, such as the use of a company car
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This press release was written by American Registry, LLC with contributions from Diversified Employee Benefit Services on behalf of Diversified Employee Benefit Services and was distributed by PR Newswire, a subsidiary of UBM plc.
A general liability policy with an employee benefits liability endorsement is also insufficient, and only does part of the job of risk transfer.
AICPA National Conference on Employee Benefit Plans
Additional considerations would be to require a minimum number of continuing education hours in employee benefit plan audits annually.
In summary, the Handbook provides an excellent up-to-date practical reference guide to employee benefits for students, professionals and anyone with an interest or question in the employee benefits area.
The comments, findings and recommendations in the 1989 report come, in large part, from a review conducted by members of the IG staff and CPA firms contracted to review a sample of 279 employee benefit plan audits.
Allowing organizations to administer their entire employee benefits process online, including COBRA and FSA services, Vbas(R) is a proprietary, secure database that internally manages benefit data, empowering employers to enter, store and manage both employee and benefit information, while providing employees the ability to self-service their benefits any place there is an Internet connection.
Now in its fifth year, the prestigious program, which is sponsored by the Principal Financial Group(R), honors growing companies (five to 1,000 employees) for excellence in employee benefits programs.
BAN is truly a value added organization that any employee benefit agency would greatly benefit from being a member.
EBSA staff will meet with firm management, review firm policies and procedures that relate to employee benefit plan audits, and conduct on-site reviews of a sample of ERISA audit engagements.
Following approval by the governing Council at its fall 2003 meeting, the Institute has moved ahead with creating three new audit quality centers focusing on areas of critical importance to the public interest: public companies, employee benefit plans and governmental entities.
The Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed to assess significant penalties for improperly filed Forms 5500, Annual Return/Report of Employee Benefit Plan (With 100 or more participants).

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