Filing Affordable Care Act (ACA) Forms 1094 and 1095: Ensuring Reporting & Filing Compliance

recording Filing Affordable Care Act (ACA) Forms 1094 and 1095: Ensuring Reporting & Filing Compliance

You Will Learn:

  • Specific codes & where to use them for ACA Forms 1094 and 1095
  • Who is required to report
  • What elements are required to be reported
  • Which employees must receive individual statements
  • What to do if you miss a deadline (extension forms and procedure)
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Are you prepared to show you’re in compliance with the ACA’s essential coverage and shared responsibility requirements?

What if you’re missing data or discover mistakes when reporting time comes around?

As HR and Payroll managers, you’re responsible for meeting IRS filing deadlines of ACA Forms 1094 and 1095.

According to the IRS “late is better than never” as penalties could be waived if the employer demonstrates reasonable cause for the delay. With mutliple filing deadlines to adhere to, the time to comply is now.

Learning Objectives

The practical, information-packed webinar, led by employment tax specialist Mark Schwartz, will walk you through reporting requirements under the ACA for employer reporting forms (1094-C and 1095-C) and forms for reporting by self-insured entities (1094-B and 1095-B).

Step-by-Step Guidance:

• Reporting deadlines for this year and 2017
• Series 1 and Series 2 codes (1095-C, Part II)
Enrollment reporting (1095-C, Part III)
• Authoritative transmittal (1094-C).

By the end of this essential session, you will also know more about:

• Specific codes to use for ACA Forms 1094 and 1095, and where to use them
• Who is required to report
• What elements are required to be reported
• When applicable large employers must report
• Which employees must receive individual statements
• What to do if you miss a deadline (extension forms and procedure)

Product ID: 5261

Bonus Material

With your recording, you also get the exclusive guide, Affordable Care Act (ACA): Your Step-by-Step Guide to Ensuring Proper Reporting & Filing Compliance – a $187 value – FREE.

Affordable Care ActJam-packed with compliance guidelines this comprehensive report covers:

  • ACA Basics
    • ACA Basics: Provisions
    • ACA Basics: Key Definitions
  • “Pay or Play” Requirement
  • IRS Reporting Requirements
    • IRS Form 1095-B
    • IRS Form 1095-C
    • IRS Forms 1094-B and 1094-C
    • Reporting Methods
    • 2015 Plan Year Dates
    • Non-Compliance Penalties
  • Completing 1095-C Forms
    • Part 1 – General Information
    • Part II – Employee Offer and Coverage
    • Part III – Covered Individuals 

This essential guide also includes finger-tip access to sample materials and relevant policy information, including:

  • What Data to Track and Where to Find It
  • Checklist for Fully Insured Applicable Large Employers (ALEs)
  • Checklist for Fully Insured Small Employers
  • IRS Form 1095-C
  • IRS Form 1095-B
  • IRS Form 1094-C
  • IRS Form 1094-B

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Faculty

Mark Schwartz
Mark Schwartz
Employment Tax Specialist

Mark Schwartz is an employment tax specialist and has over 10 years of employment tax experience as an independent consultant and as a payroll tax auditor with the State of California. He has managed an audit caseload of 20 ongoing audits, from small home-based businesses to large multi-national corporations. He is expert at defining regulatory and statutory requirements from local, State and Federal government agencies; and helping the average businessperson understand what that mean to their business.

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