IRS Grants Relief as Employers Prep for ACA Reporting in 2020

By Stephen Miller, SHRM

On Dec. 2, the IRS announced it would extend the deadline to March 2 from Jan. 31 for employers to provide employees with a copy of their 1095-C or 1095-B reporting form, and again extended "good faith effort" transition relief to employers for Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting for plan year 2019.

The IRS granted additional relief to small employers with regard to furnishing employees with Forms 1095-B, letting them post a notice on their websites that Forms 1095-B are available on request, and will allow large self-insured employers similar relief with regard to furnishing Forms 1095-C to part-time employees.

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