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Treasury & IRS Address Dependent Care Form W-2 Reporting for New 2-1/2 Month Grace Period (PDF)
Morgan Lewis Link to more items from this source
Oct. 11, 2005

3 pages. Excerpt: This simplified reporting approach is an extension of guidance provided by Notice 89-111, which allows employers to report participant and employer contributions (instead of actual reimbursements) on Form W-2. This earlier notice grew out of the problem created by the need to prepare Form W-2 well before the deadline (usually the end of March) for submitting and receiving reimbursement of dependent care expenses incurred before the end of a plan year.

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