D.C. ACA Filing
D.C. now requires ACA filing for the 2019 tax year. The District of Columbia will now require all District residents to have Minimum Essential Coverage for themselves and dependents, or pay a tax penalty. The D.C. law also requires employers to submit an information return regarding Minimum Essential Coverage to the D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue. Continue reading to learn more about updates to D.C. ACA Filing.
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As part of our continued commitment to small businesses, we are proud to announce the launch of our FREE ACA e-filing service for select employers.
Beginning today, employers with up to 75 full-time (or full-time equivalent) employees can use BoomTax to file their IRS tax forms 1094-C and 1095-C electronically with the IRS for the 2016 tax year for FREE.
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How to Avoid IRS Penalties
Some Applicable Employers have learned the hard way that the smallest mistakes in ACA reporting can result in costly IRS tax penalties. Here are 4 common mistakes and how to avoid them:
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As more states begin to pass their own individual mandate, employers are understanding that meeting the Affordable Care Act’s reporting requirements is a complex process which includes overwhelming terminology. We’ve gathered a glossary of the most essential ACA terms you’ll need to know before filing.
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