2021 IRS Reporting: What Employers Need To Know
Join ClearPath for the next Clear60 event as we discuss the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s reporting requirements that are rapidly approaching for employers. Some of the discussion points we will cover are:
- Overview of reporting process
- Changes from 2020 to 2021 to be aware of
- Review of important deadlines
- Reporting offers of COBRA coverage
- Reporting differences for small vs large employers
- Reporting differences for self-funded vs fully insured plans
- Discuss the two measurement methods to determine which employees receive Form 1095-C
- Best practices on measurement methods
- Importance of accurate reporting and IRS proposed penalty assessment letters
- Hindsight is 2020: Errors that led to IRS proposed penalty letters
Lorie MaringPartner, Atlanta
Lorie is a partner in the Atlanta office and a member of the Employee Benefits Practice Group. She has extensive experience in all areas of employee benefits, including health and welfare programs, qualified and non-qualified retirement plans and executive compensation. She routinely advises employers, including non-profit and government employers, trade associations and employee benefit insurance and risk management consultants on the complex compliance and day-to-day issues arising under ERISA and other state and federal laws governing employee benefit plans and programs.
Lorie also advises employers on compliance issues involving the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Affordable Care Act (ACA), employment tax, the employee benefits and executive compensation aspects of mergers and acquisitions, and handling IRS and DOL audits and ACA penalty assessments.
Lorie joined the Atlanta office of Fisher Phillips in 2014 after practicing employee benefits law at both full-service, international law firms and one of the largest employee benefits law firms in the Southeast.
- Deadline to File Non-Electronic 1094-C and 1095-C
- Feb 28 2021
- All Day