Proposal could ease employer reporting rules under health care law

Proposed rules from the Internal Revenue Service could streamline the upcoming reporting requirements for large companies about their health insurance coverage for full-time workers, according to these reports. The proposal aims to help businesses with more than 50 employees comply with the Affordable Care Act, and the IRS is urging them to follow the draft rules voluntarily in 2014, ahead of the 2015 AHA requirements. They would allow employers to report health care offers through a W-2-based system rather than using employee statements.

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