Archived Insight | September 1, 2015

Latest Guidance on Reporting Required by the ACA

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently published draft instructions for employer information reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act as well as request for comments. The instructions provide additional guidance on how employers would prepare the Form 1095-C for full-time employees for whom they contribute to a multiemployer plan, clarifications for what sponsors of multiemployer plans need to do, and some additional minor clarifications.

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