Which employees an ALE Member must file Form 1095-C?
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Last modified 12/18/2020 3:21:21 AM EST
When it comes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting, understanding the definition of a full-time employee is important for employers to determine their Applicable Large Employer (ALE) status.
Under the ACA, a full-time employee who works 30 hours per week or a total of 130 hours per month.
To know whether you’re an ALE, Check out your ALE status using our ALE status calculator.
Full-time employees and ALE
If you are an ALE Member, you must file Form 1095-C for each employee who was a full-time equivalent employee for any month of the calendar year.
Also, an ALE Member who sponsors a self-insured health plan must file part III of Form 1095-C for each employee (regardless of whether the employee is a full-time employee) who enrolls in the self-insured health coverage or enrolls a family member in the coverage, for any month of the calendar year.
If you are looking to e-file your full-time employee's healthcare coverage information on the ACA 1095-C forms, get in touch with our ACAwise support team. Based on your filing requirements, our team will generate the IRS form 1095-C and e-files them with the IRS on-time.