How You Respond to Letter 5699 Can Lead to Receiving IRS Letter 226J or Letter 5005A penalty notices

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The IRS is issuing Letter 5699 to employers the IRS believes should be filing ACA information returns annually with the tax agency. Failing to file IRS forms 1094-C and 1095-C could lead to the IRS sending your organization a Letter 5699.

How your organization responds to Letter 5699 will determine whether you will receive an IRS Letter 226J or Letter 5005A penalty notice.

Trusaic can help your organization confirm that its ACA filings were submitted on time to the IRS, and provide you with assistance in responding to Letter 5699. 

If you have already received Letter 5699, contact us to have your response prepared and your penalty exposure reduced or eliminated.

If you have received Letter 226J, click here.

If you have received Letter 5005A, click here.

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