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ACA: Survey Finds Businesses Think Reporting Requirements are a Significant Administrative Burden

Healthcare consultant Mercer conducted a survey of 644 employers regarding opinions of the Affordable Care Act: Employers have made their opinion about the excise tax clear. There is another Affordable Care Act (ACA) provision, however, that irks them nearly as much, and that is the “play or pay” rule – the mandate to offer coverage […]

The IRS Just Delayed the Due Dates for ACA Employer Reporting

On December 28, the IRS published Notice 2016-4 providing additional transition extending the due dates for filing 2015 Section 6055 and 6056 reporting. The due date for furnishing 1095-B or 1095-C forms to employees has been extended from 2/1/2016 until 3/31/2016. And the deadline for filing 1094-B/C forms with the IRS has been extended from […]

ACA Employer Reporting: IRS Clarifies that Employees Don’t Actually Need 1095-Cs to File Taxes

In a new FAQ regarding employer ACA reporting, the IRS is stating very clearly that individuals do not actually need their 1095-B or 1095-C in order to file their taxes: While the information on these forms may help you complete your tax return, they are not needed to file. You can file your federal tax […]

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