BenefitScape is Pleased to Continue Tax Year 2015 Reporting Requirements For All Late Filers

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BenefitScape is Pleased to Continue Tax Year 2015 Reporting Requirements For All Late Filers

BenefitScape is pleased to announce that we will continue accepting all late Tax Year 2015 ACA filers. We are prepared to e-File your ACA Reporting Requirements in a timely and prompt manner to avoid additional penalties and comply by all ACA filing regulations. 

The IRS Affordable Care Act Information Returns program, (IRSAIR), will continue to accept returns that are filed after the June 30th. 2016 deadline. BenefitScape is prepared to accept your data in its native form, meaning the data format you use to run your business, and fulfill your Tax Year 2015 ACA Reporting Requirements. Using the BenefitScape platform, we're able to take our 2015 employee data from your Forms 1095-B/C and ensure an accurate filing to the IRS as well as error remediation to avoid penalties. Simply put, we'll take your data, analyze for errors, send it to the IRS and provide you with the IRS-generated acceptance receipt. 

Penalties for late filing will most likely be administered to every applicable who missed the June 30th deadline. Our team will work to minimize any additional penalties you can incur. Failure to comply by the IRS' ACA deadlines and regulations can cost your business upwards of $6 million dollars.  

Late to file? Get started today. We'll work with you to make ACA filing simple, smooth, and successful. Call or email Kim at (508) 655-3307 or kim.phillips@benefitscape.com to get started today! 

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