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Late Or Incorrect Forms 1095-C: The IRS Provides Relief, But Only For Employers Acting In Good Faith To Comply Or Who Missed The Deadline Due To Reasonable Cause
Many employers struggled to furnish correct Forms 1095-C to employees by the March 31, 2016 deadline. Section 6721(a)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code provides penalties for failure to furnish Forms 1095-C to individuals by the deadline. Although the presumptive penalty is $250 for each delinquent or incorrect return, the penalty amount may be reduced if Forms are furnished or corrected within 30 days of the filing deadline. Correction within 30 days lowers the presumptive penalty to $50 per return. If a failure to correct is not made within 30 days, but is made by August 1, the presumptive penalty is reduced to $100 per return. Read More ›
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