TASC Newly Enhanced ACA Employer Reporting

 

Welcome to ACA Employer Reporting, a comprehensive program that provides you with peace of mind related to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Employer Shared Responsibility Mandate.


  • IMPORTANT NOTE FOR 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 LATE FILERS: If applicable, it is important that you submit all current 2021 materials before beginning work on 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and/or 2019 and 2020 This will ensure the timely filing of 2021 to avoid any late filing penalties. Then, if you need to late file for 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 or and 2020 please download and review the applicable ACA materials available on the 2015 Resources page and 2016 Resources page and 2017 Resources page and 2018 Resources page, 2019 Resources Page and 2020 Resources Page.

Getting started is easy. If you are new to TASC's ACA Employer Reporting, please follow these steps. If you are an active TASC client, please skip to Step #2. 


1. Schedule and Attend Education Call 

Please use the registration link(s) below to sign up for one of the ACA Employer Reporting Webinars to introduce you to this product and its administration. If no webinar date works for you, or you would like to have an individual session, please respond to tasconboarding@tasconline.com with two dates and times that are convenient for an education call with one of TASC’s Education Call Specialists who will help get you started. During this call our team will help guide you through the process. Review the appropriate client manual for your needs (ALE Client Manual (TC-6371) to confirm you have made the necessary ACA determinations needed to move forward with the necessary tracking and reporting. 

 

PLEASE NOTE: Many of the determinations needed to comply with the ACA are detailed and specific to your Plan. Your Education Call Specialist will not be able to advise you on making these specific determinations. Reviewing the provided manuals and asking questions to your Benefit Advisor, Benefit Counsel, or Broker prior to the call is recommended.

 

2. Determine Your Status under the ACA

You can use the ACA Employer Reporting Client Administrative Manual to help you make the following determinations:

  • Are you an Applicable Large Employer (ALE)? Download the Worksheet (TC-5557) and Instructions (TC-5414)
  • Is your Plan affordable?
  • Does your Plan offer coverage to your FTE’s dependents?
  • Are you a new ALE?

 3. Set up Employer Profiles and Classes

  • For your convenience, a secure login will be created for you to access the ACA Reporting system.
  • Follow email instructions to Login and update your password. 
  • Review Training video’s and PDF’s found under the “Training” link in the upper right corner of the home screen.
  • Select Validate Company to review client information, address, EIN, and contact phone
    • If an Aggregated ALE group, select the “Other ALE Members” to verify or add in other members of your aggregated group.  Note: you would only report for those employees under your EIN.
  • Select “Validate Classes” link to create the classes used to report your employees. 
  • Select Finish.
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