The IRS is pleased to provide a new, secure way for you to communicate online with us for specific matters related to your Affordable Care Act (ACA) Fee for:
- Branded prescription drugs (BPD).
- Insurance provider fee (IPF).
With Secure Messaging, you can do the following:
- Correspond with an ACA analyst through your web browser at your convenience.
- Submit documentation quickly and securely.
- Receive information quickly and securely.
Who can use Secure Messaging
Authorized employees of (1) branded prescription drug feepayers and (2) health insurance providers will be able to use secure messaging relating to your ACA BPD and IPF fees.
How Secure Messaging works
IRS Secure Messaging is similar to a web-based email service. Messages can be securely sent to you by IRS representatives and you may respond and include document attachments pertaining to your ACA BPD and IPF Fees.
The IRS will save all messages as a digital record of your communications with us. You'll be notified when you have a secure message waiting for you via a notification email to the address(s) provided on the signed consent.
The notification will include a link to your secure messaging center. In order to protect your privacy and reduce the potential for identity theft, we will send no personal information within the notification email.
Creating an account
If you've been invited to use Secure Messaging, you'll need the following information to register and use the service:
- Consent form signed by an officer of the company.
- Initial login name and password provided by an ACA analyst.