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Affordable Care Act Reporting Penalties Increased

If you haven’t put systems in place to provide the proper information to the IRS for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), now is the time. On June 29, 2015, the Trade Preferences Extension Act was signed into law, increasing the penalties for incorrect information returns. Penalties will be assessed for failing to file and filing […]

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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 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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All the Facts About Affordable Care Act (ACA) Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics GP

With IRS deadlines looming many companies want to know; what is the Affordable Care Act, what type of compliance reporting can be done in Microsoft Dynamics GP, what types of companies are most impacted, what are the penalties and much more?

I interviewed Helen Karakoudas, the owner of Sypnio Software, an company that focuses only on ACA reporting for Microsoft Dynamics GP. One of the biggest takeaways from this interview for me is that if companies wake up on January 1, 2015, and pay attention to ACA, it will already be too late. So get all the facts here:

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