What information do ALE members need to complete the Authoritative Transmittal and submit it to the IRS?
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Form 1094-C is the authoritative Transmittal of Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer, and Coverage consists of Part-I, Part-II, Part-III, Part-IV to report the information about the ALE member and aggregated ALE Group to the IRS.
Although an ALE member files multiple 1095-C Forms to the IRS, each ALE must file one Authoritative Transmittal (cover sheet) along with it to the IRS, reporting updated information about the ALE and its employees.
Information required to report Form 1094-C with the IRS
When filing an Authoritative Transmittal, or Form 1094-C, an ALE must have the following information:
- The name, address, EIN, and contact information for Form 1094-C in lines 1-8
- A total number of Forms 1095-C are being submitted.
- The contact person for the company that the IRS can reach if needed.
- The total number of Full-time employees count by month.
- The ALE Member should check the box in line 19 to confirm that it is their authoritative transmittal.
- Is ALE Member a member of an Aggregated ALE Group?
If you need help filing your Authoritative transmittal with the IRS, get in touch with our ACAwise team. We will handle the generation of your ACA Forms 1095-B / 1095-C along with the transmittal Form 1094-B / 1094-C based on the 1095 Form data you provided and send it for your review. After your approval, we will continue with the IRS and State E-filing. We also distribute copies to your employees by postal mailing them and/or a secure employee portal.