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The importance of party-in-interest transaction controls for benefit plans

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With regulators focused more than ever on a plan's controls, it is imperative that plan sponsors have the proper procedures and controls in place to comply with the ERISA and DOL regulations.

For party-in-interest transactions for benefit plans, the issue is the timeliness of deposit of employee salary deferrals and loan payments, since these are considered prohibited transactions. During this webcast you will learn about the exemptions to prohibited transactions and hear about RSM's experiences with this.

Our recent paper, Party-in-interest transactions controls for benefit plans, the fourth in a series of papers looking at internal controls for employee benefits plans, looks at controls for party-in-interest transactions.

To learn more about party-in-interest transaction controls for benefit plans, tune in to our webcast on this topic Sept. 23.

Featured speakers from RSM:

  • Becky Miller, Director, National Professional Standards Group
  • Josie Hammond, Director, National Professional Standards Group
  • John Nicolopoulos, Partner, National Employee Benefit Plan Practice Leader

Registration will close Monday, Sept. 22.

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Event information

Who should attend:
CFOs, controllers, HR, plan advisors, plan sponsors, anyone involved in benefits or the financial reporting process

When
Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014, 1 p.m. EDT

Location
Webcast

CPE credit
1 hour

Fee
Complimentary

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