Are your account managers spending too much time answering questions about IRS Form 1094-C and 1095-C? Brokers who partner with ThinkHR have told us their clients' biggest HR challenge right now is ACA reporting.
IRS Form 1094-C and 1095-C are due in 2016 but employers should be gathering information now to complete them. This eBook answers the top questions we have received regarding these forms.
- Are ALEs required to file both forms 1094 and 1095?
- If we are a small employer and are not required to file forms 1094 and 1095, what do we tell our employees if they ask for one?
- When an employee changes from full time to part time, how would an employer determine when the employee loses access to benefits?
- Would we report for an employee who only has family dental or vision coverage?
- Do fully insured plans need to report COBRA participants?
- How will we prove we offered benefits to an employee?
WageSecure is designed for employers who need to be more adaptable with their workforce. Many employees don’t have the financial means to support their families during periods of unemployment because of limited state unemployment benefits and severance programs not lasting the duration of the unemployment gap. The result is employees worry about job security causing morale, wellness, and productivity issues while still employed. WageSecure helps solve for these challenges.
Small businesses know their success is often directly tied to the health and wellness of their employees. Yet, many of these employers may not be making the most of their employee benefits programs. To learn more about how to make the right benefits solutions for your employees read here.
Many employers are challenged with helping employees address financial stress while striving to remain competitive and profitable.
PayCheck Direct® recently published a white paper, “Between a Rock and a Hard Place?” that outlines the balance and the voluntary benefit that addresses the situation.