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ACA Reporting on 1094- and 1095-B and C: Getting a Jump on Upcoming Deadlines and Avoiding IRS Penalties - On-Demand

ACA Reporting on 1094- and 1095-B and C: Getting a Jump on Upcoming Deadlines and Avoiding IRS Penalties - On-Demand

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ACA Reporting on 1094- and 1095-B and C: Getting a Jump on Upcoming Deadlines and Avoiding IRS Penalties - On-Demand

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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Employers need to know what’s expected with the 1094-C, and 1095-C forms, along with the broader context of how the ACA provisions on employer shared responsibility payments (ESRPs) could apply to them.


Even while the Supreme Court considers the fate of the Affordable Care Act, the employer mandate remains in effect, along with its onerous reporting requirements. As the IRS continues enforcing the mandate and assessing penalties, timely and accurate submittals are more crucial than ever. Employers need to know what’s expected with the 1094-C, and 1095-C forms, along with the broader context of how the ACA provisions on employer shared responsibility payments (ESRPs) could apply to them.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Update on California Vs. the United States (the Supreme Court case);
  • Know which of these forms to file and when;
  • Anticipate the filing extensions and other relief the IRS might offer this year;
  • Navigate this year’s new fields and codes for individual coverage HRAs;
  • Take into account any state-specific reporting requirements such as New Jersey, D.C., and California;
  • Identifying full-time employees and how furloughs during the pandemic impacted the determination.

About Your Presenters

Ashley GillihanAshley Gillihan
Member
Alston & Bird’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group. 

Ashley Gillihan is a member of the Alston & Bird’s Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group.  Mr. Gillihan represents employers and third-party administrators with respect to a variety of health and welfare benefit plan compliance matters, including, but not limited to, consumer driven health care plan design, tax qualification and other Internal Revenue Code issues, ERISA and HIPAA portability and privacy issues. Mr. Gillihan lectures frequently and has published numerous articles on health and welfare benefit plan compliance topics.  He is a faculty member for the Institute of Applied Management and Law (“IAML”) and the past author of the Flexible Benefits Answer Book by Apen Publishers.  He is also a 2021 member of The Best Lawyers in America for Employee Benefits.

 

Earl PorterEarl Porter
Associate
Alston & Bird’s Employee benefits & Executive Compensation Group.

Earl Porter is an associate in the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group. He focuses his practice on health and welfare, executive compensation, and qualified plans. Earl applies the military decision-making concepts of planning, personnel management, and risk mitigation to every aspect of his work for clients.

Before joining Alston & Bird, Earl served more than 10 years as an infantry officer, including seven years in the U.S. Army, and more than three years in the Georgia Army National Guard. In this role, his experiences ranged from commanding conventional and reconnaissance operational teams on overseas deployments to serving as an instructor and operational officer for the Infantry Basic Officer Leader Course, the 19-week precursor to the Army Ranger School. He began his military career after becoming a Distinguished Military Graduate as the nationally ranked number one cadet (out of more than 5,000 officers).