Letter 226J is the penalty notice the IRS issues to employers identified as having failed to comply with the ACA. Learn everything there is to know about the penalty notice as well as how to avoid one.
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Letter 226J is the penalty notice the IRS issues to employers identified as having failed to comply with the ACA. Learn everything there is to know about the penalty notice as well as how to avoid one
For Applicable Large Employers (ALEs): 50+ Full Time Employees (including Full-Time Equivalents).