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Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Information Reporting for Small Businesses

Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Information Reporting for Small Businesses

Aug 13, 2015

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This webinar was recorded on August 12, 2015. Click the Download button to watch the recording and to view the presentation slides.

A recent survey of employers with fewer than 1000 employees revealed that 60 percent have not committed to a solution for meeting their Form 1095-C reporting obligation of employer-provided health insurance offer and coverage to their employees.

Are you still wading through your options?

Recently, on June 25, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the federal subsidies for Marketplace insurance allowed by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Hence, if you are an employer that has not taken action, there is no longer any reason to delay making decisions.

The first new ACA reporting is due beginning in January 2016 and required IRS forms must contain data on employees for every month in 2015. During this webinar, we reviewed and addressed:

  • Who needs to complete health insurance information reporting and which forms need to be prepared and filed
  • What is involved in completing the forms, including data that needs to be tracked on a monthly basis
  • Transition rules for certain employers
  • Factors to consider when evaluating options for in-house or outsourced Form 1095-C preparation

This webinar is designed for business owners, presidents, human resource directors/managers, and other leaders. Implementation and compliance will require top management’s understanding and involvement in decision making. 

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Author(s)

Pamela Branshaw
Pamela R. Branshaw, CPA, CEBS
Employee Benefits Services Leader
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