William G.

Enck

Principal | CPA, CPC, APA

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"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."

- Aristotle

A breadth of benefit experience


Bill has extensive experience working with for-profit and not-for-profit organizations to help them understand the intricacies of retirement plan selection, design, monitoring and problem resolution. Prior to joining BerryDunn, Bill managed the Portland office of a regional third-party administrator and worked as the auditor for the Municipal Pension Department of the State of Pennsylvania. He is a speaker and writer on employee benefit issues.


Bill is a Principal in BerryDunn’s Employee Benefits Tax Group, dividing his time between plan selection, design, administration and correction of qualified retirement plans, 403(b) plans, and nonqualified deferred compensation plans. Bill has a thorough understanding of the IRS and DOL correction programs, has represented clients in related examination, and has helped many organizations identify and correct operational errors related to the administration of employee benefit plans.  Bill also provides consulting services related to various types of welfare benefit and flexible benefit plans.

Experience Highlights:

Bill helps clients with a variety of issues including:

  • Executive compensation plan design
  • ESOP consulting
  • Retirement plan consulting
  • Employee Benefit Plan audits

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Publications:

Presentations:

  • Using Executive Compensation and other Strategies to Attract and Retain the Best and Brightest, 2017 NHBA Human Resources in Banking Program
  • What Can Private Companies Do to Retain Top Talent?
  • New Disclosure Rules Take Effect for Service Providers and Participants
  • Common 403(b) Plan Myths & Realities
  • Allow In-Plan Roth Conversions within a 401(k) or 403(b) Plan: Does it Make Sense?
  • Updated Guidance Released for 403(b) Plan Annual Reporting and ERISA Coverage
  • Looking to Increase Your Plan’s Savings or Participation Rate? Consider These Options
  • Qualified Automatic Contribution Arrangement: An Alternative to a Safe Harbor 401(k) Plan
  • Attention 401(k) Plan Sponsors: DOL Proposes New Safe Harbor Deadline for Depositing Employee Contributions
  • Retirement Plan Update & Design Alternatives, presented to IMA New Hampshire chapter
  • Managing Risk & Cost in a Changing Environment: Recent Developments that will Affect the Bottom Line, presented to BerryDunn/Verrill Dana Construction Roundtable
  • Retirement Plan Topics of Interest: Lessons Learned from Initial 403b Plan Audits, presented to BerryDunn NFP and Hospital clients
  • Retirement Planning Strategies, presented to the Maine Tax Forum
  • Recent Guidance that Affects Not-For-Profit Retirement Plans, presented to the Home Care & Hospice Alliance of Maine
  • Form 5500: What You Need to Know to File, presented to Lorman Education Services
  • Retirement Plan Developments and Their Implications
  • Employee Benefits in Mergers & Acquisitions

Memberships and Committees:

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • National Center for Employee Ownership
  • National Institute of Pension Administrators
  • Maine Employee Benefits Council, past President
  • American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries

Community Service:

  • Woodfords Family Services, Board Member, Treasurer
  • Huskies Youth Hockey, Board Member, Treasurer

Retirement Plan Fee Disclosure Rules

BerryDunn's Retirement Benefit consultants, Bill Enck and Roger Prince, cut through the confusion of the new Retirement Plan Fee Disclosure rules and deadlines.

Certification

  • CPA

    CPC

    APA

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