Fresno, California – Preparing for the Affordable Care Act or ACA health insurance forms filing with IRS for your employees is a process, let’s just be upfront about that. But with Datatech’s Support department on your side preparing now for January filing is the key to your success.
Datatech’s Jason Titterington and the support department continue to share a blog series on the Datatech Support Blog to help make this process a snap. Jason says, “Datatech has begun a new series of blog posts this week designed to help our clients make the best use of their Human Resource Management Software, and allow them to quickly and easily process their 1095-C’s for 2018. For the remainder of the calendar year, a weekly blog article will be posted that will feature different aspects of the HRM software and the overall process of creating 1095-C’s and 1094-C’s, as well as filing them with the IRS.”
If you’ve received the notice in your email that the blog article has been posted, you’re good to go. There have been 5 blog posts written for you to get started with this process. But if you haven’t received the email that the blog has been posted, not to worry. Note the screenshot to the left, you’ll find in the bottom right-hand corner of the picture the “Subscribe to Blog via Email” box. If you’d like to stay on top of latest posts to the Datatech Support-Training Blog, here’s where you do that. Just supply your email and each time we post a blog article you’ll receive it in your email inbox. Sound good?
So what have we posted so far? In eight articles, we’ve covered a rundown on preparation, reviewing your HRM software settings, test compiling your 1095-C data, editing 1095-C source data, and furnishing 1095-C forms to employees, creating a digital 1094 forms, 1094 paper forms, and more. And we’re not done yet, our support department will be blogging once a week to the end of the year to cover topics on this process that are timely. And if you’re not a Datatech client yet, find out about our Human Resource Management software here.
Again, no need to worry about the process if you get stuck, says Jason, “Datatech is here to help our HRM Software users make the best use of their investment. If you have any questions regarding this or any future blog posts in this series, please call or email Datatech Support.” Phone: (800) 833-8824 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org