State Initiatives Signal a Shift in the Health Care Battle from Capitol Hill to the States
New Jersey, Vermont and Massachusetts are among first to take steps to shore up their Medical Care expenditures
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ACA Reporting Penalties for Errors & Failure to Comply
Tax year 2017 has been a turbulent year for the affordable care act with significant legislative and administrative challenges. Nevertheless the IRS requires reporting both to employees in the form of 1095C and in many cases electronic filing with the IRS. Failure to meet these requirements carries extremely steep penalties and should be avoided at all costs.
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Massachusetts requires new healthcare reporting for 2018
Massachusetts Governor Charles Baker signed into law a supplemental budget bill which included a requirement that employers file a healthcare coverage form commencing in 2018. The form must be completed and submitted under oath annually by any employer with 6 or more employees in Massachusetts; and it must disclose whether the employer has offered to pay or arrange for the purchase of health care insurance. If so, the form must include information about premium costs, benefits offered, cost shar...
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XML Handler from Benefitscape_ Efiling to IRS
Software modules designed to produce XML files for ACA compliance are now fully compatible with the BenefitScape Business Process as a Service. What this means is that an employer can take their XML file and send it to BenefitScape for the completion of printing form 1095C, sending forms to employees and electronically filing all of the information with the IRS.
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Just received letter 226J?…time to sink or swim!
To state the obvious, the IRS has determined that you owe a penalty. An IRS determination is in the legal context a “rebuttable presumption” that is it is presumed to be true unless you can present adequate evidence to the contrary. Its up to you...sink or swim.
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