IRS to Discuss Employer Reporting Under ACA

McGuinness, Kevin
August 2014
Plan Sponsor News;2014, p92
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the free webcast "The Affordable Care Act: How Applicable Large Employers Should Report Health Care Coverage under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section" to be hosted by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on August 11, 2014.


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