Insurance or Benefits Providers and employers are required to have their ACA reporting complete by the following deadlines:
Failure to report your ACA Forms by the specified deadline will result in serious IRS penalties. These penalties will vary based on the date correct returns are reported.
ACAwise provides various year-end reporting services for you to choose based on your business’ needs. Our services include full-service e-filing, 1095-C Code Generation, and ACA XML Generation. We also provide a white label solution where clients can enterprise businesses resell our ACA reporting & e-filing services in their brand name.
When you choose to complete your ACA reporting with ACAwise, all your forms will be created automatically with the required ACA 1095-C codes (ACA indicator codes) based on your employee information.Sign Up Now!
Import employee, payroll, and health benefits information using existing file formats or our template.
Automatic alerts ensure your ACA offers of coverage reported through 1095-C Forms are error-free to file with the IRS.
To ensure your returns are accurate and error-free, all generated returns are automatically verified through the IRS business rule validation.
Employee copies will be printed and mailed on-time and on your behalf from our historic Rock Hill, SC headquarters.
When the Affordable Care Act was passed, the IRS updated their Internal Revenue Code to include Sections 6055 and 6056. Sections 6055 and 6056 of the IRC outline the protocol for reporting ACA compliance and offers of coverage to the IRS.
IRS Section 6055 states that any person who provides minimum essential coverage to individuals must report to the IRS and furnish statements to individuals. In other words, Section 6055 says that health insurance issuers or carriers, plan sponsors of self-insured group coverage, and executive departments/agencies of governmental units must report those they covered on Forms 1094-B and 1095-B.
IRS Section 6056 states that Applicable Large Employers, ALEs, must provide minimum essential coverage to their 50+ full-time employees and report that to the IRS and furnish statements to their employees. ALEs use Forms 1094-C and 1095-C to report their ACA compliance under Section 6056.
To complete the forms for Sections 6055 and 6056 reporting, you'll need the following information:
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