On April 7, 2017, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax
Administration (TIGTA) released the results of its audit to
assess the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) preparations for
ensuring compliance with the employer shared responsibility
rules and related reporting requirements under the Affordable
Care Act (ACA).
The TIGTA audit revealed a number of major system and
operational problems that have hindered or delayed the IRS’
enforcement of these provisions. As a result, the IRS has been
unable to identify the employers potentially subject to an
employer shared responsibility penalty or to assess any penalties.
Although no penalties have been assessed under the employer
shared responsibility rules at this time, employers subject to
these rules are still responsible for compliance.
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