IRS Computer Glitch Results in Late Notices to Some Plan Sponsors
September 5, 2023

The IRS has confirmed that a programming glitch resulted in notices being sent to some plan sponsors for late filing of 2022 Form 8955-SSA. The glitch has been fixed, and the IRS is working on a newsletter article to notify taxpayers and to provide instructions to sponsors who received the late notices. If you received a notice of late filing of 2022 Form 8955-SSA that you believe is incorrect, we suggest you await further information from the IRS about how to handle the notices. Should you have any questions in the interim, please contact your Miller Cooper representative.


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