It was a tough filing season in regards to the new ACA 1094 and 1095 forms. Employers faced several challenges, and as soon as we all been comfortable to analyse or figure out, this summer IRS released the draft forms for 2016 filing season with several updates. This webinar will review the updates we have for the 2019 filing season. So, are you ready for filling and avoid some of the challenges we faced in the past?
Objectives of the Presentation
People who attend this webinar will know about:
Why Should you Attend
- Up to date status on legislation and how it may impact employers
- What reporting may or may not look like for 2018
- Review of what we know today
- Overview of law in place and if you need to report
For calendar year 2019, Forms 1094-C and 1095-C must be filed with the IRS by February 28, 2020, or March 31, 2020, if filing electronically. Employers may file Form 8809 to receive an automatic 30-day extension of this due date for forms due to the IRS.
Under Notice 2019-63, the IRS extended the due date for furnishing statements to individuals from January 31, 2020, to March 2, 2020. The permissive 30-day extension that the IRS may grant to an employer for good cause will not apply to this extended due date for furnishing statements to individuals.
Join expert speaker Dayna Reum, will discuss how to prepare in an unsure environment.
Who will Benefit
- Affect to Payroll Current law vs what a repeal may look like
- Affect to Fair Labor Standards Act will a repeal affect this FLSA changes
- Reporting Requirements
- Shared Responsibility what now
- Other ACA Requirements
- Payroll professionals
- HR Professionals
- Accounting Professionals
- Tax Professionals
- Benefits Professionals
- Compensation Professionals