What information is required on the ACA Form 1095-C?
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Last modified 12/31/2020 1:12:26 AM EST |
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Form 1095-C is a tax form containing Part-I, II, and III to report employee’s health coverage information to the IRS. This helps the IRS to determine whether you offered a minimum essential coverage to your employees under the Affordable Care Act throughout the tax year.
Here is the breakdown of Form 1095-C:
Part 1 requires information about the employer and their employees, such as name, EIN, SSN, and address.
Part 2 requires information about the employer-offered healthcare coverage, such as when the coverage offered to the employee, the type of coverage offered, and whether or not the employee accepted the offered coverage.
Part 3 is for ALE Members who offer health coverage through a self-insured health plan. Include information about the individuals (including dependents and spouses) covered under your self-insured plan.
If you are an ALE searching for a solution to report your employee’s ACA information with the IRS on Form 1095-C, get in touch with ACAwise. Our support team is available to discuss your requirements. After determining your filling needs, we can set up your ACAwise account accordingly. From there, you can share your employee’s ACA data with us. Then we take care of the rest. Our team will generate 1095-C forms with the required ACA codes and e-file them with the IRS. We even handle the postal mailing of your employees' copies.