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We provide 401k audits anywhere within the USA.


Employee Benefit Plan 

Federal law requires employee benefit plans with 100 or more participants as defined by ERISA to have audited financial statements attached to their Form 5500 filings. Smaller plans may also need to have an audit if they do not meet certain conditions. Business and Accounting Solutions has extensive experience in performing Plan audits and other benefit related plan audits. We use practices and procedures to assure that all plan net assets are appropriately recognized and reflected in the plan's financial statements. Our services are provided in a timely efficient manner and in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, and with a fee structure that is significantly less that hiring a large CPA firm. You get the expertise of a large firm with the cost and attention of a smaller firm. we are located in Broward County Florida but we provide employee benefit plan in most states. Email for a quote at

Our expertise includes years of practical experience auditing employee benefit plans within large companies including Fortune 500 companies. We are members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountant Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center, and adhere to its rigorous standards. Membership in this center will ensure that we keep abreast of the current audit requirements for employee benefit plans.  Each member is also required to have one of its pension audits subject to "Peer Review" every 3 years by an independent CPA firm who has been authorized to perform such a review.  The AICPA helps ensure that CPAs are applying required professional auditing standards.

403b Audits

Beginning with the 2009 Form 5500 filings, employee benefit plans under section 403(b) of the Internal Revenue Code that are sponsored by charitable organizations and covered under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) will be subject to the same reporting and audit requirements that currently exist for 401(k) plans. These audited financial statements will be a required attachment to the plan's Form 5500. This requirement is applicable to commercial or not-for-profit organizations and not governmental or church organizations (which are not generally subject to ERISA.403(b)) with more than 100 eligible participants as of the beginning of the year will be subject to this new requirement.

So why hire BAS Partners to perform your 401k audit

  • We keep up with all the latest requirements on auditing employee benefit plans through regular training
  • We provide 401k audits nationally
  • We provide fast and efficient 401k audits
  • We offer very competitive rates
  • Monthly / Quarterly financial statement preparation
  • Our 401k auditors have many years of experience performing employee benefit audits

    Contact us now for a very competitive quote 1-866-678-6588 or email


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