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November 2018: IRS Issues ACA Letters to Noncompliant Employers

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IRS Issues ACA Letters to Noncompliant Employers

The IRS has been sending Letter 5699 to employers that have not complied with their ACA reporting requirements for 2015.

Letter 5699 requests missing information from applicable large employers (ALEs) that were required to report under Section 6056, but failed to file Forms 1094-C and 1095-C with the IRS. The IRS identifies potentially noncompliant ALEs based on their Form W-2 total employee count reported for 2015.

Employers who receive a Letter 5699 should respond within the appropriate time frame and provide all appropriate information requested by the IRS, including any forms that are due. 

Penalties may apply for any failures to file with the IRS by required deadlines. The IRS will use information provided in response to Letter 5699 to identify noncompliant ALEs and assess any penalties that may be owed.
 
 
 

Additional articles from the November 2018 edition of the Univest Employee Benefits Newsletter:

  1. Don't Leave Your Office Unprotected from the Flu
  2. Health Care Costs Still Rising, According to Annual Survey
  3. Five Steps to Successful Employee Communication

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