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Visual ACA eliminates the guesswork and complex calculations by:

  • Preparing Forms 1094-C for the IRS and 1095-C for employees
  • Managing the look-back method of employee status determination
  • Providing ongoing evaluation of full-time, part-time, and variable hour employees
  • Determining Applicable Large Employer (ALE) status

 

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Just How Do I Generate Form 1094-C and 1095-C for the IRS?

Visual ACA does it for you

Employers must prepare IRS forms 1094-C and 1095-C for the IRS and furnish them to the IRS in early 2016. In addition, the 1095-C must be provided to the employees. Filling out forms can be time consuming and prone to error. Visual ACA calculates the needed information and fills in the forms for you, simplifying the process and improving data consistency and accuracy. And, it’s not just a one-and-done exercise. Employers will be required to do this every year going forward. Since each employee’s status can change, the task of correctly calculating eligibility and accurately reporting it is daunting.

 

The Affordable Care Act: What Does the Delay Mean?

The IRS has issued Transition Relief measures that encourage employers to begin complying with the information reporting provisions (once they are issued) 2014 but withhold penalties for non-compliance until 2015. Download here.

 

Limiting Penalties as an Applicable Large Employer: A PPACA Business Profile

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act takes effect for qualifying employers in 2015. But what about employers unable to afford insurance for employees—or the non-compliance penalties that follow? This paper follows Dean, the owner of a construction company, as he determines which steps he can take to minimize his PPACA penalty liability. Download here.

 

Preparing for Applicable Large Employer Status: A PPACA Business Profile

PPACA will go into effect for Applicable Large Employers (100 or more full-time employees) in 2015. But in 2016, the Large Employer threshold will drop to include organizations with 50 or more full-time employees. Many businesses that do not qualify in 2015 will qualify in 2016. This paper follows Kari, the owner of a bakery and catering business, who does not qualify as an Applicable Large Employer in 2015, as she determines how she needs to prepare for 2016. Download here.

 

Why Not Payroll? Benefits of Using Time & Attendance Data for PPACA Compliance

A time and attendance system can assist employers with managing employee status, responding to audits and complying with other calendar-based reporting requirements. Download here.

 

Avoiding Compliance Issues Challenges in Today's Hospitality Industry

How can hospitality employers avoid non-compliance allegations with the help of a time and attendance system? Download Here.

 

PPACA and Educational Employers: Which Employees Qualify for Coverage?

PPACA regulations have increased the need for time and attendance oversight in every organization and will be one of the biggest challenges facing school districts. Download here.

 

PPACA Hourly Threshold

Strategies for managing coverage eligibility of part-time workers in retail, hospitality and health care. Download here.

 

PPACA and Seasonal Employees

Organizations need to carefully design a determination process that best represents the average hours of their seasonal employees. Download here.

 

PPACA and Small Business

It is important to recognize and evaluate the significant tax credits built into PPACA specifically for small employers. Download here.

 

PPACA Shared Responsibility

As the impact of healthcare reform increases, employers must prepare for their new obligations and responsibilities under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). Download here.

 

The Affordable Care Act Makes Time Tracking Important Now

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) mandates that certain employers, as of January 1, 2014, must provide affordable, minimum essential healthcare coverage to their full-time employees or be subject to penalties. Download here.