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1095-C Forms Due to Employees by February 1 – Are You ACA-Ready?

You have done the calculations and have determined that your company is actually considered an ALE (Applicable Large Employer) – the classification for a business that has to comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Santa realized he was an ALE as well when we reviewed his Claus Resources operations. So what now? You need […]

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The Heat Is On: ACA Is No Myth for Some Small U.S. Businesses

  The clock is ticking, with the first deadline for new Affordable Care Act forms just weeks away. You may be confused about exactly what all the ACA buzz means for you. Here you may be coasting along and thinking: “This isn’t my issue; I have just 25 full-time employees and a handful of part-timers. […]

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Clearing ACA Confusion: Which Employers Must File IRS Forms 1095-C/1094-C?

When awareness of penalty risks under the Affordable Care Act kicked in, back in 2012, employers came to us looking for help.   Those employers were the Forced Minority. Offering little to no coverage, they knew they had a range of must-dos on their road to compliance with the new federal mandate to provide health […]

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Clearing ACA Confusion: Which Employees Get IRS Form 1095-C?

The biggest misunderstanding we run into when talking to employers about Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting is over who should get a 1095-C. The buzz around this new IRS form, which often is called the ACA version of a W-2, leaves most employers believing that every employee who gets a W-2 must also get a […]

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