The Affordable Care Act is now five years old and a number of provisions and rules have been implemented during that time. Beginning in 2015, several major mandates affecting employers’ offers of health insurance coverage and possible penalties go into effect. In addition, insurance companies and many employers will, for the first time, be required to report to individuals and the IRS specific information concerning coverage offered or not offered and the affordability of that coverage. The reason for this reporting is for the government to determine whether individuals owe taxes and whether large employers owe penalties.
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1. Instructions for Forms 1094-C and 1095-C
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3. Form 1095-C
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5. The model notices can be found as follows:
Model Notice for employers who offer a health plan: www.dol.gov/ebsa/pdf/FLSAwithplans.pdf
If the employer offers a health plan, Part A of the notice includes the generic information that must be provided to all employees. Part B will need to be completed by the employer; it provides contact information and some basic information about the health plan coverage, including who is eligible for coverage. The third page of the model notice is completely optional.
Model Notice for employers who do not offer a health plan: www.dol.gov/ebsa/pdf/FLSAwithoutplans.pdf
For employers who do not offer a health plan, the model notice includes Part A with the generic information required by the guidance and Part B which provides the employer contact information.
If you are having trouble accessing these forms on the internet or need help in completing them, please contact your PAA regional manager or call the Insurance Department office at 1-800-222-8712. We will be glad to provide assistance.
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