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Feeling good about your ACA reporting compliance? A federal audit might foreshadow a more intolerant IRS

Feeling good about your ACA reporting compliance? A federal audit might foreshadow a more intolerant IRS

The IRS has alarmed many employers over the last few years by sending 226-J letters assessing potential penalties for alleged violations of the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). While in most cases the employers have been able to dodge those penalties by convincing the IRS that the employer had satisfied the mandate but had merely misreported that fact to the IRS, a Treasury Department audit reports wants the IRS to become less forgiving of those errors in the future.

Trade group sues to block Seattle’s employer mandate on hotel owners

Trade group sues to block Seattle’s employer mandate on hotel owners

An employee benefits advocacy group representing many of the nation’s largest employers has filed a lawsuit in a federal court in Seattle, seeking to bar the city from enforcing a new employer health insurance mandate for certain hotel workers. The implications of the suit could ripple far outside the Pacific northwest and the hotel industry.

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