The IRS has recently started sending employers Letter 226J. This letter is a proposed assessment of

Employer Shared Responsibility Payments (ESRPs) under the Affordable Care Act. The IRS sends Letter 226J if it

determines that one or more full-time employees of an “applicable large employer” enrolled in health coverage on a

government exchange and received a premium tax credit.  The premium tax credit (PTC) is a refundable tax credit in

the United States. It is payable by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to eligible households who have obtained healthcare

insurance through a healthcare exchange (marketplace) in the tax year.

 

You may be asking yourself why you received this letter.  Just remember, Letter 226J is just a proposed assessment of liability.

It is a notice that a full time employee received a premium tax credit and the IRS believes the employer may owe a payment.

 

It is very important to respond to Letter 226J. The response date is listed on the first page of the letter, which is 30 days from the

date of the letter (not from the date you receive it). If you don’t respond within the 30 day timeframe, the IRS will assess the

proposed amount and will issue a notice and demand for payment. And once the IRS demands payment, interest begins to accrue

and will continue to accrue until the entire balance is paid.

 

sources: http://www.varnumlaw.com/blogs/employers-resource/irs-letter-226j-the-million-dollar-letter-and-how-to-respond/

http://www3.dmpemail2.com/emersonreid/main/index.php?action=t&tag=Received+Letter+226J

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