Live event participants can earn up to 1 CPE credit in the Specialized Knowledge field of study.
The goal of the CARES Act was to provide relief to businesses and individuals in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. However, it also created a lot of additional oversight requirements and plan audit considerations for employee benefit plans. Our clients have reached out with questions around documentation they should have on file relative to CARES Act implementation, as well as, plan design, the impact of freezing employer contributions and other concerns. In addition, many have questions on topics unrelated to the CARES Act, such as those around fiduciary insurance, the timing of contribution remittances, and partial plan terminations.Program level:
Current or past experience with employee benefit plan planning and/or implementation issues.Advanced Preparation:
NoneTopics to be discussed include:
Instructional Delivery Method:
- The CARES Act Relief Options – Impact on 2020 Plan Audit
- Fiduciary Insurance & Cyber Security
- The Most Common DOL Findings to Be Aware of and How to Plan Ahead
- 2020 Changes to Employer Contributions & Plan Designs that May Impact Your Plan Audit
Group Internet BasedWho Should Attend:
Those interested in learning more about the most common issues and questions regarding 2020 employee benefit plan audits.
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