ACA Reporting

ACA Filing Made Simple From Business, Home or Remote Office

How do I know if I need to report?

Below you will find some tools to help you discern if your company needs to comply with ACA reporting.

Affordable Care Act (ACA) Full-Time Employee Calculator

We have provided a monthly calculator for you.
To aid in determining if your company is required to report under the
Affordable Care Act (ACA), the following information is required.

***This is not intended as tax advice and you should consult your accountant or HR Specialist to confirm these results.***

What type of health coverage is sponsored by your company?


Are you part of an Aggregated Group?



Previous year's average monthly employee count
Previous year's average monthly total hours worked by part-time employees
Total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)
For more information: Read about Seasonal Workers »
Forms Required


What information is reported?

Employers (your customers) need to be tracking all of the data they will need to report in January on a monthly basis, at an employee level. This includes:

  • Total employee count & Full time employee count
  • Employee ID, name, and address
  • Health coverage offered
  • Employee share of the monthly premium (for lowest-cost self-only minimum coverage)
  • Months the employee was enrolled in employer coverage
  • Affordability safe harbor information
  • If self-insured, information about covered individuals in plan

When are the ACA forms due?

Below you will find the ACA Reporting Deadlines for 2022.

Due Date Requirements
Mar 1, 2023* 1095-Bs / 1095-Cs due to employees
Feb 28, 2023 1095-Bs / 1095-Cs and 1094-B / 1094-C paper filing due to IRS
Mar 30, 2023** 1095-Bs / 1095-Cs and 1094-B / 1094-C eFile due to IRS

*Submit filing by 3:00pm CST on Mar 1, 2023 to guarantee compliance.
**Submit filing by 3:00pm CST on Mar 30, 2023 to guarantee compliance.