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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Department of Labor (DOL) are continuously creating countless rules and regulations governing employee benefit plans, many of which are complex.
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Learn More About Reporting Requirements for Employers and Health Plans
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) created a number of federal reporting requirements for employers and health plans. The additional reporting is intended to promote transparency with respect to health plan coverage and costs. It will also provide the government with information to administer other ACA mandates, such as the large employer shared responsibility penalty and the individual mandate.
ACA Reporting Requirements for Employers and Health Plans
- Form W-2 reporting
- Applicable large employer health coverage reporting (Code § 6056)
- Reporting of health coverage by health insurance issuers and sponsors of self-insured plans (Code § 6055)
- Transparency in coverage reporting and cost-sharing disclosures
- Quality of care reporting