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Employers Reporting Healthcare For Workers

Write your post here.Employers get their orders from IRS on reporting worker health coverage.Beginning in early 2016, firms with 50 or more full-time-equivalent workers must report 2015 health insurance data for each full-timer to IRS and the employee. New rules set forth what must be reported, including workers’ monthly health coverage  and the employee’s share of the lowest-cost monthly premiums for self-only insurance. Employers will also have to certify whether they offered minimum essential coverage.The reports will be made on Form 1095-C, a draft of which isn’t yet available.IRS nixed reporting on W-2s, opting instead for the use of a separate form.

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