EBPAQC Managers and Supervisors Audit Planning — 2023
Succeed in the 2023 employee benefits plan audit season with important information.
Apr 19, 2023
NASBA Field of Study
Sean Linde, Gwen Mazzola, John Nicolopolous, Marcus Aron, Chip Harris, David Torillo
Set up for success in 2023
Employee benefit plan (EBP) audit managers and supervisors can prepare now for the 2023 EBP audit season.
This webcast will:
- Reinforce manager’s and supervisor’s roles and responsibilities in EBP audits
- Provide U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) updates as well as the results of its recent audit quality study
- Enhance your familiarity with Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center (EBPAQC) resources and how to effectively use them
- Address new accounting and auditing requirements.
In addition, by attending you will:
- Hear a roundtable discussion on
- Challenges for auditing plans in 2023
- Common audit deficiencies
- Audit efficiencies
- Firm best practices
- Hear an opportunity to "ask the experts."
- Manager’s and supervisor’s roles and responsibilities in EBP audits
- DOL activities update
- EBPAQC resources and how to effectively use them
- New accounting and auditing requirements
- Roundtable discussion on challenges for auditing plans in 2023, common audit deficiencies, audit efficiencies, and firm best practices
- Analyze DOL audit quality and regulatory activities affecting EBP financial reporting and auditing.
- Apply new standards that affect EBP audits.
- Distinguish best practices for planning EBP audits, managing plan client and engagement staff, dealing with compliance issues, and resolving issues during the audit.
- Select relevant center tools and resources and recall where to find them and how to use them.
Who Will Benefit
Employee benefit plan audit supervisors and managers
Group ordering for your team
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