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Who Must Report — Are You an ALE?
Who Must Report — Are You an ALE?

Applicable large employers (ALEs) with 50 or more full-time employees must report health insurance coverage information to their employees and the IRS through the 1095-C form (and 1094-C transmittal form). Learn whether you’re an ALE and what that means.



1095 Forms and Guidelines

Under the reporting requirements for ALEs, you must distribute a 1095-C to all employees (regardless of whether they accepted healthcare coverage), as well as file a copy of the 1095-C and 1094-C transmittal with the IRS. Here’s some guidance on how to complete these forms.



1095 Forms and Guidelines
ACA Reporting Deadlines & Penalties
ACA Reporting Deadlines & Penalties

Similar to the timing for W-2s and 1099s, ACA reporting involves distributing employee statements in January, followed by filing with the IRS by a later date. Make sure you’re aware of the tax-filing deadlines to avoid any penalties.


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Managing Yearly ACA Reporting

Before you can fill out the 1095 forms, you must gather the necessary information from HR, payroll, benefits and your time-tracking system. This requires careful coordination and sharing throughout the year. Find out how to better manage the process.


Managing Yearly ACA Reporting