Expanded eFile4Biz.com Simplifies Mandatory ACA Reporting for the 2016 Tax Season

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New for this year’s tax-filing season, eFile4Biz.com now helps employers comply with Affordable Care Act (ACA) information reporting requirements – along with annual 1099 and W-2 filing

By offering these new, IRS-approved forms and time-saving integrations, we’re poised to make the 2016 tax season as pain-free as possible.

For the first time this year, many employers will face ACA information reporting requirements that go beyond annual 1099 and W-2 filing. Starting January 1st, 2016, employers also must report certain healthcare coverage information to their employees and the IRS using forms 1095-B and 1095-C (and transmittal forms 1094-B and 1094-C).

The businesses affected by the latest ACA reporting requirements – including applicable large employers (ALEs) with 50 or more full-time employees, self-insured employers and health insurance companies – don’t have to manage the task alone. Rather, they can turn to leading IRS-authorized e-file provider, eFile4Biz.com, for expert guidance and convenient, compliant filing.

The recently expanded eFile4Biz.com features:

  • Fast and easy filing – Enter the appropriate employee data and eFile4Biz.com electronically files Forms 1095-B and 1095-C (and the related 1094 transmittals) with the IRS for immediate processing. Information can be uploaded all at once via easy-to-use Excel templates, or imported directly through convenient app integrations.
  • Immediate answers and professional support – The Resources area of the website clearly explains the new ACA reporting requirements, along with guidelines and instructions to help customers with all their filings. Knowledgeable Customer Service reps and helpful online tutorials provide additional support.
  • Print and mail options – For health plan providers, payroll service providers and employers seeking high-volume processing of ACA forms, eFile4Biz.com offers comprehensive print-and-mail services out of a secure, SOC-certified and HIPAA-compliant facility.
  • Time-saving integrations – Also new for 2016, the eFile4Biz app is now available in the QuickBooks® App Store to import tax data directly from QuickBooks Online Plus for even faster, more accurate filing.

As an industry leader and pioneer, eFile4Biz.com strives to make the online processing of 1099s, W-2s and ACA forms as efficient and affordable as possible. There’s never any software to download or forms to purchase. There’s no need to print or mail your own forms, either. It’s as simple as signing up and entering (or importing) tax data – and letting the full-service site handle the rest.

“We know how difficult tax compliance can be, especially with the new ACA reporting requirements,” said Rick Roddis, President of eFile4Biz.com. “By offering these new, IRS-approved forms and time-saving integrations, we’re poised to make the 2016 tax season as pain-free as possible.”

For anyone interested in making the switch from paper filing to e-filing, eFile4Biz recommends they create a free account and try out the service first. “There’s no obligation, and they can ‘test the waters’ by setting up payers and recipients – and even complete a form or two,” said Roddis. “With this sneak peek, they’ll quickly learn why this all-inclusive e-file provider is the ideal solution for their growing filing needs.”

Businesses must file 1095 ACA forms according to the extended reporting deadlines announced by the IRS on December 28, 2015. This means sending copies to recipients by March 31st, 2016 – and e-filing by June 30th.

About eFile4Biz.com

Industry leader and IRS-authorized e-file provider eFile4Biz.com makes online processing of 1099s, W-2s and ACA forms more convenient and economical than paper forms and installed software.

The dedicated website provides comprehensive, front-to-back processing of tax information returns, including printing, mailing and optional electronic delivery to recipients, and electronic filing with the IRS and SSA.

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