Fiduciary Audit File Guide
As an employer who offers a 401(k), you want to maintain a fiduciary audit file in the case of an audit by the IRS or Department of Labor (DOL), and for an annual audit if you have more than 100 employees. But what should be in your 401(k) fiduciary audit file? And how often do you update the 401(k) audit file? Read the guide.
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