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Employee Benefit Plan Quick Proposal Form

Want a fee quote? Simply answer the questions below. We'll be in touch within the next few business days.

Note: The fee quote you receive is for estimation purposes and is not a guarantee of cost for services. The quote is based on current information from you about your company's needs and requirements. The actual cost may change once project elements are finalized or negotiated. You will be notified of any changes in the cost prior to them being incurred.

Request for a Fee Quote
Is your payroll processed in-house? *
Plan Size *
Plan Type *
Does your company have multiple hourly employees? *
Plan Year End *
Third-Party Provider *
If so, what's the name of the company providing your plan?
Does your company's benefit plan have multiple participating employers? (That is, are there multiple companies participating in the plan?) *
Has your company undergone a merger or spin-off in the past year? *
Has your company filed an IRS Form 5500 in previous years? *
If a Form 5500 was filed, were the plan's financial statements audited?
Have any of your IRS Form 5500s been considered late in the last two years?
Regarding the individuals who administer your company's plan, has there been any turnover within the past two years in those positions? (Positions may include HR director, payroll accountant, controller, etc.) *
Do you have access to the current year trustee or custodian reports for your plan? (Essentially, these are your plan statements.) *
If so, are they certified by the trustee or custodian? (This includes a statement that reads something like, "[Trustee/Custodian] certifies that the information in the reports provided is complete and accurate. This statement is being furnished pursuant to 29 CFR 2520.103-5(d).")
What types of investments are currently offered in your plan? Select all that apply. *
Does your plan currently allow loans to participants? *
Are you aware of any instances of late remittances of employee deferrals? *
Does your company have a committee that meets periodically to discuss the plan and its investments? *
Does your plan have a written investment policy? *
Does your plan have an advisor or other plan consultant? *
The fee quote will assume that the audit will be conducted as a DOL limited-scope audit. Are you aware of any requirement to conduct a full-scope audit? *