Employers are once again gearing up for the ACA reporting requirements due in early 2021. All Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) must complete Forms 1094C/1095C for 2020; small employers with self-funded plans must complete Forms 1094B/1095B.
We receive questions from employers almost daily on how to comply with these complex reporting requirements in various common (and unusual) situations and scenarios. To help with those questions, we have created 25 different ACA reporting tips for employers to use as guides when completing their Forms 1094C/1095C. These tips address some of the most common ACA reporting issues employers face, including helpful hints, tips and samples of completed Forms 1094C/1095C.
Below is an archive of the ACA reporting tips including links to each article.
For more information on the ACA reporting requirements, sign up for one of our ACA Reporting webinars. Go to the Events page and click on Employee Benefits under Event Tracks on the left hand side.
For a detailed discussion of the ACA reporting requirements, contact your Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting benefits consultant to request a copy of the most current version of our 1094C/1095C Reporting Guide.
David works with clients and consultants on a wide range of HR compliance and strategic issues with a particular focus on healthcare reform. He has previously practiced law in private practice and worked in the Minnesota court system.
David works with our clients and consultants on a wide range of HR compliance and strategic issues with a particular focus on healthcare reform. He has previously practiced law in private practice and worked in the Minnesota court system. David has a law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Minnesota, received his undergrad from Gustavus Adolphus College and is a member of the Society of Human Resources Managers (SHRM).
When the public exchanges opened in October 2013, the technical glitches and low enrollment were well publicized. Since then, both public and private exchanges have evolved significantly. The private alternatives that have entered the scene often have more advantages than their public counterparts.
Public health insurance exchanges have a head start over private exchanges, but in the coming years, employer and employee awareness will increase, and soon the private options should receive the recognition and utilization they deserve.
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