ACA Compliance Management

Compliance without the Complexity

If your organization is approaching, or has already surpassed the 50 full time equivalent employee (FTE) mark, the Affordable Care Act is not something you need to ignore.
We will help you keep an eye on your FTE count and help with IRS reporting requirements for Applicable Large Employers (50+ FTE’s).

How We Help

FTE Tracking & Reporting

We will track your Full Time Equivalent (FTE) count, and help you determine if you are an Applicable Large Employer.

ACA Information Tracking

Easily track employee information and ACA data to produce your required annual IRS forms.

Full-Service ACA Administration

If you don’t want to keep up with required employee and ACA data, we’ll make the entries for you!

ACA Information Audit

We’ll perform an annual audit to make sure we have all of the information needed to produce required IRS forms.

IRS Filings

We’ll produce and file 1094 and 1095-Cs with the IRS on time and accurately!

Group Health Plan Reviews

Our trusted partners will review your insurance plans to make sure they are affordable and provide minimum essential coverage!

Your ACA RequirementsIf you’re approaching 50 employees, it’s time to start paying attention.

Determine whether or not you are an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) by analyzing your full time and full-time equivalent (FTE) employee count.

Track employee and benefit plan information, such as hire dates, termination dates, Offer of Coverage and Safe Harbor codes, and employee wages for determining affordability.

All ALE’s are required to file forms 1094 and 1095-C with the IRS annually, regardless of whether or not health insurance was offered to employees.

Latest NewsStay on top of the news around this and other payroll, benefits and time & attendance management updates with the additional insights we’ve shared on our blog.

ACA Requirements

April 12, 2016 Posted by: Andy Scheu Categories: Affordable Care Act (ACA), Human Resources No Comments The Affordable Care Act (ACA) results in a lot of questions for employers. Are you and ALE? What are your ACA requirements? Do you need to file 109-4/95 A, B or C? Do you need to be concerned with

Important ACA Definitions

March 16, 2016 Posted by: Andy Scheu Category: Affordable Care Act (ACA) No Comments Below are important ACA definitions that will help you understand your ACA requirements- Administrative Period: An optional period of time less than 90 days that employers may use to identify and enroll newly eligible full-time employees in the company health care

The Affordable Care Act and Payroll

March 12, 2016 Posted by: Andy Scheu Categories: Affordable Care Act (ACA), Payroll No Comments According to the Affordable Care Act, all American citizens must be enrolled in a health insurance plan in some form that provides Minimum Essential Coverage or pay penalties. That is how broad and wide ranging the ACA is. There is