What Your ERISA Attorney Wished Your 401(k) Plan Auditor Knew

Join us!  D|J|P is hosting a no-cost lunch presentation at our Thanksgiving Point office:  What Your ERISA Attorney Wished Your 401(k) Plan Auditor Knew

Tuesday, May 16th – Noon to 1:30pm

Your employee benefit plan auditor’s job is to discover problems with your plan.  Your ERISA Attorney’s job is to fix those problems.  Save time and money by discovering where plans commonly make mistakes! This information will enable both the audit and your plan to run better, cheaper and with less stress to plan fiduciaries. 

Join us to hear John Walch, Benefits Czar at Durham Jones and Pinegar, discuss common plan audit issues and how to deal with them.  John will discuss compensation issues in qualified plans, different types of compensation and what definitions the IRS allows a plan to use. 


John D. Walch is a Shareholder in the Durham Jones & Pinegar Salt Lake City office. With more than 25-years of experience, Mr. Walch works with employers to design, prepare and resolve issues relating to a broad range of qualified and non-qualified benefit plans, including equity-based incentive compensation plans, ESOPs, non-qualified deferred compensation plans, qualified retirement plans and welfare benefit plans, including health, cafeteria and flexible spending plans.  Mr. Walch has designed, drafted and obtained IRS approval of hundreds of qualified retirement plans.  For plans facing disqualification or other sanctions, he has obtained dozens of compliance statements from the IRS and negotiated positive outcomes in response to U.S. Dept. of Labor (DOL) investigations.  He advises plan fiduciaries on operational issues involving fiduciary liability and plan administration issues, QDROs and benefit claims or appeals. Contact: jwalch@djplaw.comdurham jones pinegar

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