Form 1095: Schenck is ready to assist you!

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The complex requirements surrounding Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting are often confusing. Schenck’s highly trained professionals can help you understand your requirements, saving you time, money and stress.

We are pleased to provide an economical, easy-to-use service to meet your ACA reporting requirements. Large employers are required to file Form 1095, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, on behalf of their employees for the 2016 filing year.

Our Form 1095 preparation services take the headache out of your ACA reporting and e-filing. If you did not use our services for 2015, starting the 2016 process is simple:

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  2. We will analyze it and send an engagement letter that will include a fee quote
  3. If you decide to proceed with Schenck’s services, sign and return the engagement letter. We will then provide an Excel template, along with detailed instructions, for you to start gathering or importing information for Form 1095.

If we prepared your 2015 Forms 1095, Schenck has contacted you and started the 2016 process. There is nothing further that you need to do.

Make the switch to Schenck in 2016

If your experience with another service provider was less than stellar, consider seeing how Schenck can help. Our customers say it best:

“Great communication and support from the Schenck team.”
“I thought that Schenck did a great job at a reasonable cost.”
“We were very happy with Schenck’s work. We used (another provider) for our other company. We would rate Schenck much higher!”

Contact us soon to get started. Form 1095B/C must be provided to employees by January 31, 2017.

Not sure if you have a Form 1095-C filing requirement for 2016?  

Only large employers must file Forms 1095-C.  By providing us with certain payroll data, we are able to determine if you are a large employer for 2016. The determination is made by looking at the hours each of your employees worked, by month, in calendar year 2015.  If you are not sure if you are a large employer for 2016, please contact us.  This determination must be made annually and whether or not you were a large employer in 2015 has no impact on your status for 2016. 

Questions?

Please contact any member of Schenck’s Health Care Reform team: