Last updated on MARCH 15, 2016
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Management - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
According to IRS Instructions for Forms 1094-C and 1095-C, “A Form 1094-C must be filed when an employer files one or more Forms 1095-C. An employer may choose to file multiple Forms 1094-C, accompanied by Forms 1095-C for some of its employees, provided that a Form 1095-C is filed for each employee for whom the employer is required to file. In the case of an Aggregated ALE Group, each separate employer (referred to in these instructions as an ALE Member or employer) must file its own Authoritative Transmittal. Although an employer may file multiple Forms 1094-C, one “Authoritative Transmittal” Form 1094-C, identified on line 19, Part I as the Authoritative Transmittal, must be filed for each employer reporting aggregate employer-level data for all full-time employees of the employer. Specifically, one Authoritative Transmittal must be filed for each employer, even if multiple Forms 1094-C are filed by and on behalf of that single employer”.
Currently, as of the Phase 1 software update for ACA Health Coverage Information Returns, released November 10, 2015, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne provides the ability to enter basic information for Form 1094-C . Currently, Part I and Part II of the form are functional. Part II includes the Certifications of Eligibility. Certifications of Eligibility in certain scenarios influence Form 1095-C Line 14 codes, and it was therefore necessary that the Phase 1 ESU include this part for Form 1094-C .
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