Question: Why is my dependent information not showing up on the 1095-C? It was imported with dependent information but when closing the year; the 1095-C was printed and the dependent information was missing.
Answer: When the dependent information was imported, a benefit code that was not tagged as being self-insured was used. When importing dependent data, be sure to import a benefit code that was setup in the ACA Plan Setup and was tagged as being self-insured. In the case above the customer had multiple benefit codes with only the least cost plan being setup in the ACA Plan Setup. The BENEFIT column in the table PJACADepBenefitMSTR had a benefit code that was not in the ACA Plan Setup. The BENEFIT column must be populated with a benefit code that is setup in the ACA Plan Setup and must be set to self-insured.
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Last Review: November 12, 2015 – Revision: 1.0
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