Finally, Some Good News: IRS Extends Certain ACA Reporting Deadlines and Transition Relief

As in prior years, the IRS has provided relief for employers preparing to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s (“ACA”) information reporting requirements in early 2021 for the 2020 calendar year. In particular, Notice 2020-76 (the “Notice”) extends the deadline … Continue reading

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A Post-Thanksgiving Treat: IRS Extends Certain ACA Reporting Deadlines and Transition Relief

The IRS provided welcome news to employers preparing to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s (“ACA”) information reporting requirements in early 2020 for the 2019 calendar year. In particular, Notice 2019-63 (the “Notice”) extends the deadline to furnish Forms 1095-B … Continue reading

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A Holiday Surprise – IRS Extends Certain ACA Reporting Deadlines and Transition Relief

The IRS delivered welcome news to employers preparing to meet the Affordable Care Act’s (“ACA”) information reporting deadlines in early 2019 for the 2018 calendar year. In Notice 2018-94 (the “Notice”), the IRS extended the employer’s deadline to furnish Forms … Continue reading

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Approaching Deadlines for Affordable Care Act Reporting

As we recently reported in our “2017 End of the Year Plan Sponsor To Do List,” applicable large employers must continue to submit to the IRS and to employees information regarding offers of health coverage made to full-time employees in … Continue reading

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Gear Up for Reporting of Health Coverage

Starting in 2016, Section 6055 of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”), which was added by the Health Care Reform Act, requires all entities providing “minimum essential coverage” (“MEC”) to submit information to the IRS concerning each covered individual for … Continue reading

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