401(k) Audits

401(k) Audit Services

  • Briggs & Veselka provides audits for plans subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) regulations under the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) regulations, as well as SEC 11-K filings:
    • Defined Benefit (Pension) Plans
    • Health & Welfare Plans
    • Defined Contributions Plans (ESOP and 401(k) profit sharing plans) subject to ERISA under the regulatory authority of the DOL, full scope and limited scope audits

Employee Benefits Plan Audits Overview with Meresa Morgan

Meresa Morgan

ERISA Practice & Audit Shareholder, CPA


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Larry Dodson Audit Shareholder, CPA larry.dodson@bvccpa.com 512-480-8182 ...
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Kevin Hengst Audit Principal, CPA khengst@bvccpa.com 713-366-8514 ...
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Hernie Antonio Audit Director, CPA hantonio@bvccpa.com 713-366-8530 ...
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Meresa Morgan ERISA Practice & Audit Shareholder, CPA meresa.morgan@bvccpa.com 713-353-1921 ...
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Fast Facts

  • Briggs & Veselka is in the top 1% of accounting firms who audit more than 100 employee benefit plans
  • Asset values of the plans we audit range from $100,000 to almost $1 billion
  • More than 20 professionals are devoted to employee plan benefit audits from April through October
  • EBP auditors keep their skills current in this highly technical practice area by attending continuing education programs, including the annual AICPA National Conference on Employee Benefit Plans and other relevant seminars
  • We work closely with trustees, custodians and third-party administrators and we have a thorough understanding of their processes and statements
  • Active members of BKR International Employee Benefit Plan Auditing Committee
  • Members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center, including voluntary agreement to the Center membership requirements, which include designating a partner responsible for our employee benefit plan practice area; establishing quality control programs; performing annual internal inspection procedures; and making our peer review report findings publicly available.