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27 02, 2017

Does the good-faith effort reprieve from penalties apply to forms for 2016 filed in 2017?

February 27th, 2017|ACA Tracking, Reporting Compliance|0 Comments

As employers continue to work through the challenges of complying with the Affordable Care Act, professionals in the industry are reticent to accept anything less than perfection when dealing with IRS regulations. Why? To alleviate any concern about potential penalties due to non-compliance down the road. In Notice 2016-70 dated December 5, 2016, the IRS [...]

7 02, 2017

HealthBack Strengthens ACA Compliance Efforts With Technology

February 7th, 2017|ACA Tracking, Reporting Compliance|0 Comments

Specialized staff at HealthBack provide personalized home health services to homebound patients in four states, operating out of 36 branch locations. Nearly 800 employees work across multiple branches and each may work part or full time, hourly or salary, temporary or on call—which creates complications for payroll and Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting. While it [...]

27 01, 2017

Are ACA forms still required for 2016 reporting? Executive Order Video

January 27th, 2017|ACA Tracking, Reporting Compliance|0 Comments

Hi, I’m Patrick Doolin, CEO of Integrity Data. There is a lot of speculation and many opinions out there on what will happen with the Affordable Care Act under the Trump Administration. And, we as employers are faced with decisions of what we’re supposed to do yet this filing season. The executive order that [...]

24 01, 2017

Employer ACA Penalties Could Reach $31 Billion

January 24th, 2017|ACA Tracking, Reporting Compliance|0 Comments

Eligible employers may soon face expensive penalties for Affordable Care Act (ACA) noncompliance. Research indicates ACA penalties are going to hurt during the upcoming 2016 tax reporting period. Accenture researchers revealed penalties could be attributed to employers that are “unintentionally non-compliant,” meaning they offer health coverage, but fail to meet IRS reporting requirements. Don’t get [...]