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ACA Best Practices: Annual Reporting Accuracy & Strategic Employee Communications

If you were an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) for tax year 2015, you’ve likely made it through your first year of annual health care reporting. Just as you were breathing a sigh of relief after filing last year’s forms, the process is starting all over again – and seems destined to continue every year from now on. There are lessons to be learned from the 2015 filings, as well as making sure that you are aware of the changes that will apply for 2016.

Additionally, since this is only the second year your full-time employees will be receiving a Form 1095-C, a communications plan is the key to your success. It’s time to start thinking about how developing and delivering the right tools in conjunction with effective benefits communications and year end communications to drive awareness and engagement.

Watch the webcast below and get critical insights on how you can prepare for the impact of recent ACA updates, and stay up to date with health care regulations and avoid costly fines. Equally important, the IRS has issued revised forms, new codes, and new instructions that you must be aware of.

During this webcast, you will learn about:

  • Best practices and reminders for:

o Reporting on Forms 1094-C and 1095-C

o Who needs to report? Who needs to get a report?

o Types and sources of data required to comply

  • Changes for 2016:

o When do reports have to be filed?

o What are the changes to the 2016 Form 1095-C?

o How should you do Tax Identification Number (TIN) solicitation?

  • E-File System and Error Notices
  • Section 4980H penalty assessments and appeals
  • The role of communications in the execution of your overall annual reporting strategy
  • Actionable advice on how to build and execute an engaging communications campaign

Tap into our expertise to ensure you’re in the best shape possible for future reporting and regulatory updates that may come about along the way.

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