1095-C Filing: A Crash Course In Accurate Coding Before The March 31 Deadline
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Editor’s Note: If you missed our previous webinar, you’re in luck! We’ll cover all of your new coding obligations in this replay.
If you’re an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) responsible for filing Form 1095-C, the good news is that the IRS provided a little more breathing room when it extended the filing deadline to March 31. The bad news is that you still have questions on how to fill it out and code it correctly—particularly lines 14, 15, and 16.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! We are offering a special webinar that will help you pin down those final points before the March 31 deadline.
Join us when presenter Jennifer Carsen, J.D., legal editor at BLR, will reveal how to correctly code and file your 1095-C Form.
About Your Presenter
- Retirees and other non-employees who are on a company health plan
- Former employees who are now on COBRA
- Employees who were offered minimum essential coverage but declined it due to other coverage
- Non-calendar year plans entitled to transition relief for 2015
- Situations in which two employees share family coverage (for example, two spouses who both work for you, or a parent and child)
- All other 1095-C coding challenges
Jennifer Carsen, J.D.
As Legal Editor for BLR’s human resources and employment law publications, Jennifer Carsen, J.D. specializes in benefits compliance.
In the past, she served as the managing editor of California Employer Resources (CER), BLR’s California-specific division, overseeing the content of CER’s print and online publications and coordinating live events and webinars for both BLR and CER. Before joining CER in 2005, Ms. Carsen was a Legal Editor at CCH, Inc. and practiced in the Labor & Employment Department at Sidley & Austin, LLP in Chicago.
She received her law degree from the New York University School of Law and her B.A. from Williams College. She is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association.
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