Founder, James M. Moyna has been specializing in audits of qualified benefit plans since 1999. Previously James was an audit Partner in the Chicago offices of a top tier, national accounting firm. James also has many years of experience with respect to qualified plan compliance matters, government reporting and benefit plan administration. This unique blend of administrative and audit experience allows James to provide his clients with the expert advice they need to operate and govern their qualified retirement plans in compliance with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
James provides audit and consulting services for 401(k), ESOP, Defined Benefit and Profit Sharing retirement plans. Audits are conducted accurately, efficiently and without unnecessary disruption to company operations. Our audits are designed to add value by informing plan sponsor of opportunities to improve plan administration, strengthen internal controls, and understand the impact of pending legislation of Plan operations. Audit progress is continually monitored and communicated so that all parties are aware of engagement status and pending items.
At the conclusion of each audit we will schedule a closing meeting to discuss the audit findings, receive feedback and offer suggestions to improve plan operation. This robust process allows plan sponsors to maintain their plans in compliance with the complex rules and regulations associated with qualified retirement plans.
James has founded the firm on the principles of Planning Ahead and Giving Back.
Planning Ahead – Our engagements begin with a planning meeting to schedule our work, assign tasks and set deadlines. Deadlines will be monitored and communicated on a timely basis via our engagement status report. These regular updates allow our clients to gain an understanding of the audit process and stay abreast of service delivery dates.
Giving Back – A core value of the firm is to share our blessings with others. Clients of the firm are given the opportunity to join us in this endeavor by choosing a selected charity to receive a full ten percent of billed services as a contribution from the firm.