ACA Reporting: defining the Employer (ScreenCast 01)

Hear Liz Deckman and Bob Seng talk about 3 terms used to complete Forms 1094-C and 1095-C:  Applicable Large Employer, Aggregated ALE Group, and ALE Member.

Bob Seng

Bob Seng

With plenty of experience in private practice and as an Assistant General Counsel for Pay & Benefits in a Fortune 50 Company, Bob understands that employee benefits law isn’t for everyone. That’s why he takes pride in listening carefully and responding with clear answers and advice that can be followed by busy clients.

Elizabeth Deckman

Elizabeth Deckman

Liz has designed and implemented all types of tax-qualified retirement plans and trusts, including Section 401(k), profit sharing, money purchase, employee stock ownership (ESOP), cash balance, and defined benefit plans. Liz also drafts and implements health and welfare plans and advises employers on related issues, such as COBRA, health care reform, and fiduciary issues. She also works with deferred compensation plans and IRC Section 409A.

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  1. July 21, 2015

    […] Here’s a copy of the deck used in our ACA Reporting Seminar. I’m happy to say that pages 9 and 21 contain my first-ever broadly published artwork. Video playback of the seminar can be found here. And Liz Deckman and Bob Seng’s short video-slideshow explaining ALE, ALE Member and Aggregated ALE Group is here. […]

  2. August 3, 2015

    […] Stay tuned this week for another ScreenCast or two on ACA Reporting. Here are the first three:  (defining the employer) (ACA Reporting Questions) (ACA Reporting Q&A / […]

  3. August 5, 2015

    […] to an earlier episode by Bob Seng and Liz Deckman on terminology. You can find that one here. (Liz/Bob on ACA Terms). The 1094/1095-C instructions contain useful definitions. You can find them here. […]

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