Gain familiarity with Affordable Care Act (ACA) best practices for a penalty-free tomorrow


Filing the new ACA 1094 and 1095 forms has been quite a challenge for many employers. Even as many of them were beginning to get accustomed to the file format, filling procedures and other details; the IRS this summer released the draft forms for 2016 filing season, which contained many important updates. This has certainly become a factor that employers have to grapple with.

In order to ease the understanding of these new updates and make employers ready for filing season 2016 and helping them avoid some of the challenges that the 2015 filing season brought; TrainHR, a very popular provider of professional trainings for the HR industry, will be organizing a webinar. At this webinar, its speaker, Dayna Reum, Payroll Tax Manager at PetSmart Inc., will explain the best practices that businesses and employers have implemented in order to better the filing process.

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This webinar has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR, PHR, PHRca, SPHR, GPHR, PHRi and SPHRi recertification through HR Certification Institute (HRCI).

Best practices

The major benefit that Payroll Professionals, Compensation Professionals, HR Professionals and Benefit Professionals will gain from this session is that the best practices that Dayna will help them implement will save them substantial money penalties in the future if they get the new filing system wrong.

She will offer understanding of the latest updates from the IRS. This learning can help the employer wade through the complicated and confusing process. The lessons learned from 2015, along with how this process can be smoothened will form a major part of this webinar’s learning. Dayna will also review common issues that the IRS has seen and suggest ways by which they can be avoided.

Dayna will cover the following areas at this webinar:

  • Filing deadlines
  • Filing penalties
  • Changes to the forms for 2016
  • Common mistakes
  • Review of what we should of already know but was confused about
  • Best Practices

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