ACA Reporting Requirements [UPDATE]

ACA Reporting Requirements [UPDATE]

November 26, 2018 7 minute read: It’s always interesting to look back and see how regulation develops. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is no exception. I wrote a five-part series about the ACA Read More
An ACA Penalty Risk Assessment May Help Employers Avoid IRS Penalties

An ACA Penalty Risk Assessment May Help Employers Avoid IRS Penalties

September 24, 2018 3 minute read: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is complex and complying with the law’s Employer Mandate can be challenging for organizations. Under the ACA’s Employer Mandate, Applicable Large Employers Read More
These Errors Greatly Determine Your Penalty Assessment in IRS Letter 226J

These Errors Greatly Determine Your Penalty Assessment in IRS Letter 226J

June 25, 2018 3 minute read: The issuance of Letter 226J for IRS information filings submitted for the 2015 tax year has caught many organizations off guard. More than 30,000 notices have been Read More
Five Common Mistakes Restaurants Make with ACA Compliance

Five Common Mistakes Restaurants Make with ACA Compliance

April 11, 2018 3 minute read: Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, the reporting requirements set forth by the IRS have proven to be complicated and time consuming. Minimizing Read More
Are Your Clients Ready for the IRS’s ACA Penalty Assessments?

Are Your Clients Ready for the IRS’s ACA Penalty Assessments?

November 27, 2017 Originally published on November 21, 2017 in “Accounting Today”  The IRS has been sending signals since the summer that it will be enforcing the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate. Those signals Read More
How to Respond to IRS Letter 226J About Affordable Care Act Penalties

How to Respond to IRS Letter 226J About Affordable Care Act Penalties

November 13, 2017 It’s the letter no one wants to receive. However, its coming and you need to be prepared just in case your company or client receives it. It is Letter 226J, Read More
IRS Finalizes Regulations Adopt Intentional or Reckless Disregard of Facts Exceptions to Employee Safe Harbor

IRS Finalizes Regulations Adopt Intentional or Reckless Disregard of Facts Exceptions to Employee Safe Harbor

January 12, 2017 The IRS has provided clarity with regard to what qualifies as an “intentional or reckless disregard of facts” by employees when it comes to seeking shelter under the employee Premium Read More
IRS Issues ‘Summary Benefits and Coverage’ Regulations

IRS Issues ‘Summary Benefits and Coverage’ Regulations

June 17, 2015 The Internal Revenue Service issued revised regulations regarding the Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) that must be provided to those covered by health insurance plans. The SBC is intended Read More