Many employers and plan sponsors are concerned about correctly reporting health coverage on particpants' Form W-2s. Many outstanding issues remain especially with terminated employees and retirees who still receive Form W-2s after active employment terminates. In addition, reporting for on-site medical clinic coverage also remains a concern. We have submitted comments to the IRS explaining the on-site medical clinic issues and proposing an administratively simple reporting method for on-site medical clinics. A link to the comments is below.Comments to IRS Concerning Form W-2 Reporting Requirements
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