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     Idaho Statutes

Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


41-4113.  Examination of books, records and accounts. (1) The books, records, accounts and affairs of a joint public agency self-funded plan shall be subject to examination by the director, by competent examiners duly authorized by him in writing, at such times or intervals as the director deems advisable. The purposes of the examination shall be to determine compliance of the plan with applicable laws, financial condition and actuarial adequacy of its trust fund, treatment accorded beneficiaries, and as to other factors materially related to the plan’s management and operation.
(2)  The board shall promptly make the books, records and accounts of the plan and trust fund available in Idaho to the examiner and otherwise facilitate the examination.
(3)  The examiner shall conduct the examination expeditiously, make his report of the examination in writing, and deliver a copy thereof to the board and to the director. The board shall have four (4) weeks after receipt of the report within which to recommend to the director such corrections or changes therein as the board may deem appropriate. After making such corrections or changes, if any, as he deems proper, the director shall file the report in his office as a document open to public inspection, and deliver to the board a copy of the report as so corrected or changed.
(4)  Since a joint public agency self-funded plan is funded by local tax moneys, the costs of the examination shall not be borne by the plan or trust fund of the plan.

[41-4113, added 2006, ch. 415, sec. 1, p. 1277.]

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