If the current Affordable Care Act employer coverage reportingrules stay in place, the Internal Revenue Service has to dosomething to ease employers' desperation over getting accurateSocial Security numbers for the employees' spouses, children andother dependents.

The Information Reporting Program Advisory Committee (IRPAC), apanel that gives members of the public a chance to review IRSprocedures, gave the IRS that advice in a new report on 2017 taxadministration concerns.

The Affordable Care Act imposed employer health coveragereporting requirements by adding Section 6055 and Section 6056 tothe Internal Revenue Code (IRC). The watchdog agency sees delays inefforts to set up 1095-C compliance systems.

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