Meet your State E-filing Requirements
with ACAwise

Along with federal ACA reporting, a few states have passed state-level ACA reporting requirements in the form of a state Individual Mandate. This requires employers to report their ACA information on a state level.

The required states are California, District of Columbia, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont, all of whom have passed state individual mandates.

Are you required to file your ACA reporting forms with
your state?

As an IRS authorized e-file provider, ACAwise files your ACA reporting Forms (1094 & 1095-B/C) with the IRS and your required state agency. We also support
MA Form 1099-HC filing with the State of Massachusetts.

We distribute copies to your employees on time by mail or through our online employee portal.

Choosing ACAwise guarantees accurate and secure filing for all those seeking complete federal and state compliance.

Want more information about the state filing requirements?

ACAwise helps you identify the requirements for each state that has passed the state individual mandate. This helps you to maintain compliance with your state. Visit the following link to learn more about the ACA filing requirements.

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A Quick Guide for Employers

ACAwise has created a Free guide to help applicable large employers to know 2022 ACA Reporting Requirements
and ACA Codes better.

ACA Reporting Requirements for 2022

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ACA Reporting Highlights

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2022 ACA Filing deadline

Employers should know the updated ACA 1094 and 1095-B/C reporting deadlines for the 2021 tax year.

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2020 ACA Reporting Requirements

2022 ACA Reporting Requirements

These instructions will help employers understand the ACA reporting requirements for 2021 tax year.

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ACA Form 1095-C Code Sheet

ACA Form 1095-C Code Sheet

To report the health coverage information on Form 1095-C, ALEs clearly understand the Line 14 & 16 ACA Codes.

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