TY2023: IRS Reducing Paper Forms and Expanding 1094/1095 e-Filing Requirements

Late in February, the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service issued final regulations amending the rules for filing returns and other documents electronically (e-file): IRS and Treasury issue final regulations on e-file for businesses | Internal Revenue Service .

These regulations require e-filings beginning in 2024 (for Tax Year 2023). From an ACA perspective, the regulation reduces the electronic filing threshold from 250 forms to 10 forms. So, if you are a small employer who has filed paper 1094 and 1095 forms in the past, now is the time to prepare for an electronic future! If you need help with e-filing, contact BenefitScape. We can help ensure you are ready to comply with the new regulations.

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