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ACA Compliance for Educational Institutions

ACA compliance has been top of mind for employers for some time now. Many are just now beginning to fully comply with all the ACA requirements, usually as a result of receiving either a non-filing letter (Letter 5699) or a proposed penalty notification (Letter 226J). Educational institutions are no exception. We continue to be approached […]

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5 Crucial Factors When Choosing an ACA Reporting Service

Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting season is here! Even with the IRS extending the deadline for delivering the 2019 1095-C forms to employees (to March 2, 2020), the time to tackle this daunting task is upon US employers with more than 50 full-time employees…Understandably, after the holiday season, this is the last thing employers want […]

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What is IRS Letter 5699?

Employers have been tasked with complying with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but many have bought into the notion that it won’t be enforced or it will be repealed before any enforcement actions begin. IRS Letter 5699 gives the employer choices on how to respond regarding their filing situation. The letter asks the employer if […]

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Does your Company have to Comply with an ACA State Individual Mandate?

As most know by now, the Affordable Care Act individual mandate was repealed as of January 1, 2019. Although the ACA individual mandate is gone; many states have begun to implement their own ACA state individual mandates, which require residents to purchase and maintain qualifying health coverage or face a state tax penalty. Overall, the […]

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Affordable Care Act for Part-Time Employees: What Employers Need to Know

If you’re a business with part-time employees, you might wonder what options you have for them in terms of health insurance coverage. Many employers don’t offer part-time health insurance, but what if you want to? Or you’re curious what rules are in the Affordable Care Act for part-time employees? Even though the ACA has been […]

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ACA Filing Season is Here – What Now?

Despite the recent Texas ruling declaring the Affordable Care Act (ACA) unconstitutional, the health law remains in force for US employers. So be sure to: File all related IRS forms for 2018 now Keep tracking employee eligibility and affordability around health care benefits for 2019 IRS and ACA filing season is now – what do […]

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And the beat goes on: Healthcare law ruling puts Affordable Care Act at risk – again.

Late in the day this past Friday, a federal judge in Texas ruled the entire Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. The White House was quick to issue a statement saying that pending the appeal process, the law remains in place. This appeal process will take a while and is going to be interesting for sure. However, […]

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Good news: IRS Extends 1095-C Reporting Deadline and Good Faith Transition Relief for 2018 reporting

On November 29, 2018, the IRS released Notice 2018-94: US employers get lucky again! The due date for providing Forms 1095-C to employees is extended to March 4, 2019 The ACA employer mandate – which remains business as usual after the midterm elections – requires all US employers with 50 or more full-time employees to […]

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The Current Status of the ACA Employer Mandate: 2018

There has been much to do around the Affordable Care Act: from passing the law under President Obama, to trying to repeal the law under President Trump. This has left many people confused as to where we are at now – what is the current status of the ACA? The short answer is: The ACA […]

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IRS Non-Filing Letter 5699 for 2016 now being sent

The IRS is continuing to audit and enforce the ACA by distributing Letter 5699 for the 2016 filing year. Letter 5699 is being distributed to potentially non-compliant Applicable Large Employers (ALE) that have not filed. The IRS describes Letter 5699 as a “non-filing letter issued to employers advising our records show they may have been […]

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