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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 1094 B Ii

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 1094 B Ii

My name is Scott Hudson from Brain Benefits and I'm here with Kevin Hennessy from Braille Payroll. Today, we're going to discuss 1095-C reporting. This is definitely a challenge for all of our clients, and a lot of people ask us all the time, "Am I an applicable large employer?" So today, what we want to talk about are some of the guidelines around 1094 and 1095-C reporting, and where we might be able to fit in and help you out a little bit with the process. Okay, so what is 1095-C reporting? This is a 1095-C--a report that must be sent to every employee of an applicable large employer every year. And this year, the deadline is on March 4th, 2019. Why do we have to send out a 1095-C? Because the Affordable Care Act requires us to do so. When do we have to do it? It has to be filed or sent to each employee by March 2nd. And who has to send it? That's what we're gonna spend some time talking about, right? Because who is really the most complicated question during this process? Every applicable large employer is every employer that has over 50 full-time equivalents. A full-time equivalent is not a full-time employee, right? So the way that we look at this is gonna be a measure of full-time employees, which the IRS currently defines as employees that are working on average over 30 hours a week. So any of those people that you have as full-time employees, you put them on their own list. And then what you need to do is you need to look at all of your part-time staff. You need to add up all of their hours. And I'm actually going to show you this cool online tool right...