- Please make sure to print the 1094-C and 1095-C reports before the webinar.
- Review Pro-ware software. They have a free download.
- Part 1 – Import from BIAS to Pro-ware
- Part 2 – Pro-ware Software
- Part 3 – Self-Insured Section (Doesn’t Apply to Most)
Need to check with your insurance provider
- Employee Sample Letter
- Forms 1095-B and 1095-C are due to individuals by Feb. 1, 2016.
- Forms 1094-B, 1095-B, 1094-C and 1095-C are required to be filed with the IRS by Feb. 29, 2016 if filing on paper, or March 31, 2016, if filing electronically.
1094-C & 1095-C Transmittal Reporting
- Part 1 – Filled in on Pro-ware Software
- Part 2 – Automatically filled in from 1095-C Forms (Pro-ware)
- Part 3 – Automatically filled in from 1095-C Forms (Pro-ware)
- Part 4 – Not Needed for Most (Check if you’re an ALE Group)
1095-B – Self-insured Only
Updated July 28, 2015: This tax tip is updated to clarify that self-insured employers that are not applicable large employers, those with fewer than 50 full-time or full-time equivalent employees in the preceding calendar year, should file Form 1095-B. Self-insured employers that are applicable large employers should report health coverage information on Form 1095-C. This tip does not apply to information reporting on health care coverage of individuals who are not employees or entitled to coverage because of a relationship to an employee. Source
2015 Reporting extended to May 31st, 2016 – Notice 2016-4
If you have answered yes to both, please watch Mark as he reviews the 2015 ACA (Affordable Care Act) reporting requirements (1094-C and 1095-C).
Speaker: Mark Felchlin
Duration 45 – 90 minutes