Many employers offer benefits to recruit, retain and reward the employees that make their organizations successful. As the sponsor of a retirement plan, you, or someone you appoint, will be responsible for making important decisions involving plan assets. Equally important, your plan administrator needs to stay up-to-date on complex employee benefit plan (EBP) compliance standards, so you understand how to avoid unwanted surprises during an audit.

We know the world of employee benefits can be challenging, which is why you have access to professionals who can provide a variety of solutions – from both an administrative and compliance support perspective. From 401(k) audits to IRAs, group health to long-term care policies, DS+B and Rock Island Wealth Management have you covered.


Required Disclosure: Investment advice and retirement plan consulting services offered through Great Valley Advisor Group, a registered investment advisor. DS&B Ltd., Great Valley Advisor Group and Rock Island Wealth Management are separate entities.

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Rock Island Wealth Management, Great Valley Advisor Group, Inc. and LPL Financial do not provide audit, tax or legal advisory services. Please contact DS&B, Ltd. or a qualified professional regarding your specific situation. Clint Seehusen is an employee of DS&B, Ltd., and not affiliated with LPL Financial. 

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Employee Benefit Plans / 401(k) Audits

DS+B employee benefit plan / 401(k) audit and advisory professionals are efficient and highly-experienced in helping mid-market businesses and organizations review, manage and select retirement plans. As a member of the AICPA Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center, we stay up to date on the latest regulatory changes from ERISA, DOL and IRS to make sure your plan is in compliance and continues to provide its intended purpose to your HR and business needs.

Employee Benefit Plans Administrative Support

If you offer a 401(k) or similar retirement savings plan to your employees, you want to make sure it's working just as hard for them, as they are for your organization's goals. If your current employee benefit advisor is not providing the level of service you expect, there are other options. It begins with a service team that is connected, proactive and accessible.