IRS Draws Line in the Sand, Won’t Accept Individual Tax Returns Without ACA Information

“For the first time, an individual must complete line 61 (as shown in previous iterations) of the Form 1040 when filing his/her tax return…. It is reasonable to assume that an employee is more likely to inquire as to the whereabouts of the ACA information necessary to complete his/her 2017 tax return. Therefore, the possibility of word getting back to the IRS that an employer is not furnishing the Form 1095-C statements to employees is also likely greater in 2017 compared to past years. Remember, an employer can be penalized $260 if it fails to furnish a Form 1095-C that is accurate by January 31, 2018 to the requisite employees.” [Accord]

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