Regulatory audits

November 2013
Smart Business Columbus;Nov2013, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p28
An interview with Mike Spickard, chief executive officer (CEO) at the actuarial consulting firm Tegrit Group, is presented. When asked about the reasons for an uptick in terms of financial transaction, he refers to participants' complaints. Spickard comments on how plan sponsors can avoid audits. He suggests business owners to be aware of audit findings and indications of future problems.


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