1095 Tax Form With an end to good-faith relief, it’s important for employers to review Forms 1094-B or C and 1095-C before they are filed with the IRS to ensure they are accurate. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As businesses slowly settle in to the new normal, HR professionals can enjoy a bit of a reprieve as the onslaught of COVID-19 related regulatory requirements comes to an end. Nevertheless, there remain significant regulatory changes that HR professionals must get in front of to avoid noncompliance and, in some cases, the potential for stiff penalties. Here’s a look at what the coming months have in store.

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