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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Respond to IRS Letter 226J

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by Robert Sheen

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is complex. The ACA Penalty Process now being initiated by the IRS is no exception. With 30 days to respond upon receipt of IRS Letter 226J (you may want to request a reasonable extension), the process your organization undertakes to develop your response needs to be focused and efficient.

A new infographic is now available that outlines the process of responding to Letter 226J, which can serve as a guide as you set up your internal process to develop a response. The infographic describes the procedure undertaken by the IRS to determine whether an organization has not complied with the ACA, how penalties are calculated, and how you can mount a defense to eliminate or reduce your proposed ACA penalties.

For those of you who have not yet received a Letter 226J now is not the time to sit back. The process has just started. More Letters 226J will be sent by the IRS in the weeks ahead.

With half the businesses in the U.S. saying they are not confident in their ability to satisfy ACA requirements, and reported penalties in the millions of dollars being assessed by the IRS against the organizations receiving Letter 226J, the stakes are high. Now is the time to get prepared. This infographic can help.

Click here to download a printable version.

Click here to download a printable version.

If your organization has received IRS Letter 226J, download our white paper on Letter 226J to learn best practices for responding to the penalty notice.

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Respond to IRS Letter 226J
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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Respond to IRS Letter 226J
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We have created a new infographic that describes the process for responding to IRS Letter 226J.
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