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Posts Tagged ‘ACA Reporting’

Affordable Care Act Reporting: Catching Up, Keeping Up

Integrity Data has been on top of the intricacies of the Affordable Care Act reporting regulations since they were first published back in February of 2014. Our proprietary software, designed to handle the ins and outs of compliance, had been developed and in beta testing for more than a year before that. Our first business […]

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Use this Helpful ACA Checklist for 2016 Reporting

Many businesses are walking a fine line with Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting and without close attention to the details, are at risk for falling into trouble with expensive penalties. Don’t let ACA reporting leave you tied up in knots, gain the control and insight you need to manage the data, answer the questions, and […]

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What Is a 1095-C?

The 1095-C form is a new federal reporting requirement created as a result of passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Employers who must comply with the new health law are required to provide a 1095-C form to certain employees and then file copies with the IRS. 1095-C reporting applies to which employers? Every employer […]

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To Really Be ACA-compliant, Employers Have To Show They Did Their Homework

  There are two students: one is an A student and other is failing. As the teacher, you look first at their tests and see that both students are passing every test. You scratch your head and wonder why one is failing. As you research further, you realize that the failing student isn’t turning in […]

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Don’t Overlook Payroll and HR When Modernizing Technology

Today’s marketplace is fast-paced and constantly changing. In order to keep up, many companies deploy powerful enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to manage financial activities, inventory, manufacturing operations, and other core processes. When replacing legacy systems, don’t overlook payroll and human resources activities. The right business solutions can streamline benefits management, payroll processes, and regulatory […]

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CEOs: Propelling the Business Forward

Business leaders each have different roles relevant to business growth. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) focuses on daily operations in addition to mapping the strategic direction of the business. Taking the business in the right direction requires ingenuity, forward-thinking, and reliable business information needed for data-driven decisions. Asking the right questions and leveraging data is […]

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Affordable Care Act Compliance in the Payroll Department

Though the HR department often steers an organization’s path toward Affordable Care Act compliance, it’s another department that lights the way for this benefits-driven effort: Yes, the Payroll department is where every organization’s ACA compliance starts! Whether employers with 50 or more full-time employees and full-time equivalents are focused solely on 1095-C/1094-C submissions – or […]

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Plan Offer Can Simplify ACA Reporting in Dynamics GP

For Affordable Care Act reporting, what an employer offers and how that plan is paid can significantly affect the information filed on IRS Form 1095-C. Yes, amid the anxiety among users of Microsoft Dynamics GP Payroll over which data points to line up for generation of the new yearly form for IRS reporting, there is […]

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ACA Add-on Shields GP Users from IRS Sledgehammer, Tack Hammer

Now that we're into the penalty-assessment phase of the Affordable Care Act's employer mandate, companies in industries most vulnerable to IRS penalties need to be especially alert. Consequences of noncompliance with the new health law will be real. And those penalties will rise from year to year. Following are the ACA changes in IRS penalties […]

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ACA To-Do before 1-1-15: Data Mining for Initial Eligibility

When we all look at January 1, 2015 as the start date of the IRS assessment period for employer noncompliance penalties with the Affordable Care Act, there’s more to the picture of that Thursday morning than beginning to account for your employees’ hours of service as of midnight the night before. That would be somewhat […]

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