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Form 1094C 2022
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What is 1094 С?

The form's official title is Transmittal of Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Information Returns. This document is transmittal and acts as a cover sheet for 1095-C.

Who should file 1094 C 2022?

1094-C is the form for large employers (with 50 and more employees) that must offer healthcare coverage to their employees according to the Affordable Care Act.

What information do you need to file the 1094-C Form?

The template requests information about the Applicable Large Employer Member (name, EIN, address, and a contact person), the number of employees, and how many 1095-Cs are attached to this record.

How do I fill out Form 1094 C in 2023?

In 2023, it is easiest to fill out the template online with pdfFiller:

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Is the 1094-C Form accompanied by other forms?

1094-C must be submitted to the Internal Revenue Service with 1095-C forms.

When is the 1094-C due?

Federal law requires large employers to file 1095Cs by January 31. Since they have 1094 C as a cover sheet, the deadline for filing this document is the same.

Where do I send 1094 C?

Employers are not required to send this form to employees (as is necessary with form 1095 C). Form 1094 C is sent only to the Internal Revenue Service.

And I am CEO and founder of 1095 help us calm I have a background in Human Resources payrolls and benefits Ive also worked on the broker site in addition to doing open enrollments and assisting employees with their benefits on the employer side and over the last couple of years I have been assisting employers navigating their ECA responsibilities and reporting requirements in this webinar that were going to dive into here is going to focus on the reporting and the 1094 C and 1095-c forms if you do have a question I will be doing a Q&A at the end youre welcome to type of question in the chat box if youd like to keep it private if you dont want anyone else to see your message please go ahead and choose my name Lisa fluke earth presenter to send a message to and then that will be seen only by me I will go ahead and get started well maybe what just happened sorry about that um now I will get started so is the reporting were going to talk about the 1094 C and 1095-c form were going to go through whats new and take a look at the affordability factors and discuss who really needs a forum however when filing is do extensions that may be available the penalties and then were going to go through some examples and then if you have any examples that you want to talk about that are things that are going on in your company like I dont know what code to use for this employee and this happened throughout the year please feel free to ask that at the end and well bring up the 1095 form and go through it right on the spot so the 1094 C form thats the transmittal of your employer information so you are telling the IRS heres how many forms Im sending you with this transmittal that Im part of a controlled group or not on that I offered minimum essential coverage to my employees or maybe didnt that I have X number of employees that are full-time per month and that are total number of employees including part-time variable seasonal full-time throughout the year then theres some transition relief were going to get into and were going to take this step by step so the first what if youre just joining please go ahead and mute yourself we will be muting you as well I just might take us a couple seconds to get there so the first part of the 1095 CCD 1094 see part one is the employer information so if you are part of a controlled group or under common ownership with any other entity each of your EIN needs to complete a form so each entity needs to complete a form so you may have a sister company or multiple different companies kind of all under your umbrella and together you may be an applicable large employer even though a couple of your entities may only have say 15 or 20 employees where as a standalone they wouldnt be an applicable large employer but together you are all aggregated and counted as one large employer when you do the reporting each entity needs to report separately on the 1094 C form and then the 1095 CS for each employee thats part of each entity so as part...
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