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Benefits Brief – June 2019 – “PCORI Fee Deadline Just Around the Corner”

We have notified our clients!  Have you been notified?

Understanding the legislation that impacts employee benefits plans can be a challenge.  That’s why we created a monthly education campaign on various compliance topics that affect these plans.  We call these pieces, our Benefits Briefs.

These Briefs may be accessed here…!

Ashton - PCORI Fee Deadline Just Around the Corner - Brief June 2019

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Benefits Brief – May 2019 – “What is a Form 5500? What Do I Do If One Was Never Filed for Our Plan?”

This month’s edition of our Briefs is titled “What is a Form 5500? What Do I Do If One Was Never Filed for Our Plan?”

Understanding the legislation that impacts employee benefits plans can be a challenge.  That’s why we created a monthly education campaign on various compliance topics that affect these plans.  We call these pieces, our Benefits Briefs.

These Briefs may be accessed here…!

Ashton - Monthly Brief - Form 5500 - May.2019

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IRS’s Guide to ACA Compliance for Applicable Large Employers

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In 2016, the Affordable Care Act has issued reporting requirements for applicable large employers. Because of
special circumstances, the IRS recently drafted a guideline for employers to clear up any questions in order to remain in compliance.

Applicable large employers are classified as employers with 50 or more full-time employees or full-time equivalent employees. These employers must report if a full time employee was offered minimum essential coverage providing minimum value and if they accepted minimum essential coverage. The ACA has required applicable large employers (ALEs) to use Form 1094-C, Transmittal of Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Information Returns, and Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage for its reporting requirements.

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Topics: 2016, aca compliance, applicable, benefits technology, compliance, forms, healthcare reform, IRS, large employers, reporting