IRS Enforcement of the ACA Not Wavering

IRS Enforcement of the ACA Not Wavering

August 21, 2019 2 minute read: Give the IRS credit. It is consistent. In 2017, the federal tax agency responded to an inquiry about waivers to business owners from U.S. House Representative Bill Read More
IRS Issues Letter 972CG to Employers for Late ACA Filings

IRS Issues Letter 972CG to Employers for Late ACA Filings

August 19, 2019 4 minute read: The IRS has started to issue ACA penalties to employers who have filed their annual ACA information past IRS deadlines, another sign that the IRS is further Read More
Expect Increased IRS Penalties in 2019 for ACA Non-Compliance

Expect Increased IRS Penalties in 2019 for ACA Non-Compliance

August 14, 2019 3 minute read: Expect to see increased ACA penalties for employers that do not comply with the ACA in the 2019 tax year. Here’s how the anticipated ACA penalties for Read More
The IRS Is Intensifying ACA Enforcement Efforts

The IRS Is Intensifying ACA Enforcement Efforts

August 12, 2019 3 minute read: Originally published on August 7, 2019, in Accounting Today. Accountants may see some of their business clients getting caught up this summer in IRS activities to enforce Read More
A Late Response to IRS Letter 226J Could Cost You

A Late Response to IRS Letter 226J Could Cost You

August 9, 2019 2 minute read: Responding to IRS Letter 226J penalty assessments quickly and accurately is very important for a number of reasons, including reducing or eliminating the proposed penalty assessment. But Read More
We Answer Your ACA Employer Mandate Questions

We Answer Your ACA Employer Mandate Questions

August 7, 2019 3 minute read: We hosted an ACA webinar in July with HR.com, and were asked several questions relating to the ACA’s Employer Mandate. The answers are now available on our Read More
Penalties for the 2019 Tax Year Are Higher Than Ever

Penalties for the 2019 Tax Year Are Higher Than Ever

August 5, 2019 3 minute read: The IRS has not let up with issuing ACA penalties to employers identified as having failed to comply with the law’s Employer Mandate. As in past tax Read More