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Employer Reporting Requirements Under the ACA - 11/5/2015




 Employer Reporting Requirements Under the ACA - 11/5/2015
This webcast is intended to present specific information about health coverage in 2015 for inclusion on Forms 1095 to be filed in early 2016.
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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) added section 6056 to the Internal Revenue Code, which requires applicable large employers (employers with 50 or more full-time employees and full-time equivalents) to file information returns with the IRS and provide statements to their full-time employees about the health insurance coverage the employer offered. These new reporting requirements apply to all employers, including school districts.
The webcast is intended to present specific information about health coverage in 2015 for inclusion on Forms 1095 to be filed in early 2016. It will present an in-depth analysis of the reporting rules, rather than a general summary, and will focus on specific reporting issues faced by school districts in attempting to comply with the reporting requirements. Learn about:
- Which forms must be filed by school districts sponsoring self-insured plans and fully insured plans?
- Which employees are reported on which forms?
- How do the required codes and special rules differ based on the type of coverage offered (no coverage, minimum essential coverage, minimum value coverage, affordable coverage)?
- How are the transition rules for 2015 reflected in the different forms (e.g., for non-calendar-year plans, “taking steps” to cover dependents)?
- Specific examples through a review of several different Form 1095-Cs