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Do you still Have to File?

How the Executive Order concerning the Individual Mandate as well as state laws affect you and your employees starting this year On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill of 2017 into law. The resulting piece of legislation, which will take effect this year (tax year 2019), will abolish […]

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5 ACA MISCONCEPTIONS THAT COULD GET YOU INTO TROUBLE

As our ACA filing season ends for 2018, I thought it would be helpful to share some of the latest misconceptions we have seen employers make concerning employer ACA requirements.  The legislation can be murky, and the regulatory environment adds to this uncertainty. This article will provide some clarity on the employer requirements which are […]

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Employee Engagement Solutions

Published on Shortlister For the nearly 20 years of working in the HR technology space, I have witnessed a healthy and continuous growth in innovation. Employers are automating more of their HR and benefits process faster and more affordably than ever before. And, employees are accessing these tools through their smartphones and other devices at […]

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IRS Extends Due Dates For 1095 Forms

As stated in a memorandum on November 29, the IRS has once again extended the due dates for 1095 B and C forms to be distributed to employees for the 2018 tax year from January 31st to March 4, 2019.. This comes as a welcome relief for employers and insurers. For more information see Notice […]

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2018 ACA Forms

Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Form 1094-C, Transmittal of Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Information Returns Instructions for Form 1094-C and Form 1095-C Form 1095-B, Health Coverage Form 1094-B, Transmittal of Health Coverage Information Return

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Letter 5699

This letter is most likely sent due to incomplete or non-existent filing. If the IRS rejected your filing they consider the filing to be not sent until they have either accepted the filing with revisions or accepted it outright. If you didn’t send your filing at all it is recommended that you do so immediately. […]

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IRS ACA 227 Letters Explained

If you have received a 227 letter from the IRS below is an explanation of it’s purpose and next steps as directed on the IRS website: The various Letters 227 are acknowledgement letters sent to close an ESRP inquiry or provide the next steps to the Applicable Large Employer (ALE) regarding the proposed Employer Shared […]

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