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ACA Reporting Requirements and Lessons Learned

Friday, September 15, 2017

1:00 - 2:30 pm EST

Length: 1 hour 30 minutes                     Sponsored by Lorman Education Services


Registration - Live Webinar Only: $199.00

Registration - Live Webinar Plus CD Recording: $268.00

 

Make sure you are compliant with 1095-C and 1094-C forms according to the Affordable Care Act's reporting requirements.

Make sure you are compliant with 1095-C and 1094-C forms according to the Affordable Care Act's reporting requirements. This topic will provide an overview of the employer reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act.

Despite the uncertainty of the future of the Affordable Care Act it still remains the law of the land and employers still need to focus on their reporting requirements. This topic will provide lessons learned from the past two years with a focus on areas employers should focus on early to prevent problems for next year.

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to review the reporting requirements of the Affordable Care Act Information Reporting.
  • You will be able to define penalties.
  • You will be able to discuss the challenges from the first year of reporting.
  • You will be able to identify changes in status impacting reporting requirements.

This live webinar covers these hot issues

Overview of the Reporting Requirements of the Affordable Care Act Information Reporting

  • Background on the ACA and Applicable Code Sections

Penalties

  • Penalties Under 6055 and 6056
  • Penalties Under Information Reporting for Failure to File and Distribute

Challenges From the First Year of Reporting

  • Data Gathering From Multiple Sources
  • Certain Employee Groups Which Created Challenges
  • Changes in Status Impacting Reporting Requirements

Lessons Learned

Credit Information (Sponsored by Lorman Education Services)

  • CLE
  • CPE
  • SHRM
  • NASBA
  • CPP/FPC

  • HR Certification Institute

For Detailed Credit Information page click here

Only registered attendee will receive continuing education credit.

Faculty

Jamie F. Gross, J.D., LL.M., Deloitte Tax, LLP

  • Firm director in the Global Employer Services - Talent and Rewards Practice in the New York City office of Deloitte Tax, LLP
  • Experience in employee benefits focusing on the design, drafting and implementation of qualified and nonqualified plans
  • Focuses on employee benefits regulatory compliance, and health and welfare design and compliance
  • Assists clients with qualified plan design and implementation focusing on plan amendments and restatements for compliance with legislative changes such as GUST and EGTRRA, as well as with ERISA reporting requirements, including Form 5500s, summary annual reports and ERISA 204(h) notices
  • Assists clients with health and welfare plan design, implementation and compliance with a focus on HIPAA privacy regulations, DOL claims procedure regulations and summary plan description regulations
  • Conducts HIPAA privacy seminars for clients focusing on workforce training in privacy regulations
  • Member of the New York State Bar, the New Jersey State Bar and the Massachusetts Bar Associations
  • J.D. degree, New England School of Law; LL.M. degree in taxation, Boston University School of Law
  • Can be contacted at jagross@deloitte.com

Judith Mester, Deloitte Tax, LLP

  • Firm director in the Global Employer Services – Talent and Rewards Practice in the Philadelphia office of Deloitte Tax, LLP
  • Experienced in serving large multinational and mid-cap companies in numerous sectors, including consumer business, manufacturing and life sciences
  • Extensive experience in Sarbanes-Oxley tax compliance, internal control audit reviews, employment and executive compensation tax matters, and IRS practice and procedures
  • J.D. degree, Thomas M. Cooley Law School; B.A. degree, The State University of New York at Albany
  • Can be contacted at 215-299-5239 or jmester@deloitte.com