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Applicable large employers (ALEs — those with 50 or more full-time employees, including equivalents) during 2016 must comply with IRC Section 6056 reporting in 2018. Specifically, ALEs should have completed and distributed a Form 1095-C to full-time employees by March 2, 2018.…Read More »
Plans that are subject to ERISA and Form 5500 filing must distribute the Summary Annual Report (SAR) to participants within nine months of the end of the plan year; thus, a calendar year plan is required to distribute the SAR for the…Read More »
Employers must notify individuals who are eligible to participate in their medical plan whether the plan’s prescription drug coverage is “creditable” or “non-creditable” as compared to Medicare Part D coverage. The notice must be provided to Medicare Part D-eligible individuals on an…Read More »
Plans that are subject to ERISA and Form 5500 filing must distribute their summary annual report (SAR) to participants within nine months of the end of the plan year, thus, a calendar year plan is required to distribute the SAR for the…Read More »