IRS Health Coverage Information Reporting Deadlines

12.17.2015
HR & Safety

As a governmental, tribal, tax-exempt, or for-profit employer, if you are an applicable large employer you are subject to the Affordable Care Act information reporting requirements.
These requirements apply to you whether or not you offered health coverage to your employees.
You are an applicable large employer for 2015 if you had 50 or more full-time employees, including full-time equivalent employees, in 2014.
What Must You Report?
If you were an applicable large employer in 2015, you must file information returns with the IRS and provide statements to each employee who was a full-time employee for at least one month of the year about health coverage you offered or to show that you did not offer health coverage.
What Forms Must Be Used to Report?

What Are the Due Dates for Reporting?

  • Forms 1095-C must be provided to your employees by Feb. 1, 2016.
  • Forms 1094-C and 1095-C are due to the IRS by Feb. 29, 2016, if filing on paper, or Mar. 31, 2016, if filing electronically.

More Information
For more information, see IRS questions and answers about reporting of offers of health insurance coverage by employers.

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