Affordable Care Act compliance

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If you have at least 50 Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs), by law you are considered an Applicable Large Employer (ALE).

All Applicable Large Employers are required to offer affordable health insurance for its employees.

As an ALE with at least 50 FTEs, you are mandated by law to:

  • Use 1094-C and 1095-C to report to the IRS information about the health care coverage, if any, offered to full-time employees.
  • Furnish 1095-C to employees providing the same information reported to the IRS.
  • Prepare to offer affordable health care coverage to full time employees.

ALEs with 100 or more FTEs, you are mandated by law for to:

Do all of the above, plus…

Provide affordable health care coverage to full time employees for the entire calendar year.

The process needs to be tracked and then you need to submit a report to the federal government at the end of each year.

Make sense?

Want to go it alone?

Let us help.

When you partner with Complete Payroll you will be assigned a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to assist with the Affordable Care Act, we’ll explain all the options, help you get started, track the entire process and submit the year-end report for you.

Simple.

If you’d like to speak with one of our ACA experts, call us at 888-237-5800 or request more information online.

Lorel Gervase
We have been more than impressed with our transition to Complete Payroll. From our initial discovery meeting, through the integration process, to our first payroll run our every expectation has been met. Complete Payroll should be proud of the talented and professional team you created. The bigger payroll companies could take a lesson from your company. I cannot stress enough how very pleased we are with the decision we made to join Complete Payroll and how excited we are to be a part of your team!

Lorel Gervase

Director of Human Resources at Soleo Communications

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