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E1:08: 1094-C Part IV – Options for Including Other ALE Members That Are Not Set up in the JD Edwards System (Doc ID 2145836.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Form 1094-C Part IV is used to report other ALE Members of an Aggregated ALE Group. Refer to the following instructions from the IRS 2015 Instructions for Forms 1094-C and 1095-C:

An employer must complete this section if it checks “Yes” on line 21. If the employer was a member of an Aggregated ALE Group for any month of the calendar year, enter the name(s) and EIN of up to 30 of the other Aggregated ALE Group members. If there are more than 30 members of the Aggregated ALE Group, enter the 30 with the highest monthly average number of full-time employees (using the number reported in Part III, column (b), if a number was required to be reported) for the year or for the number of months during which the ALE Member was a member of the Aggregated ALE Group. If any member of the Aggregated ALE Group uses the 98% Offer Method and thus is not required to identify which employees are full-time employees, all Aggregated ALE Group members should use the monthly average number of total employees rather than the monthly average number of full-time employees for this purpose. Regardless of the number of members in the Aggregated ALE Group, list only the 30 members in descending order listing first the member with the highest average monthly number of full-time employees (or highest average number of total employees, if any member of the Aggregated ALE Group uses the 98% Offer Method). The employer must also complete Part III, column (d), to indicate which months it was part of an Aggregated ALE Group.

JD Edwards reports other ALE Members in Part IV based on the following information:

• ALE ID to Company Cross Reference (P08116)
• Corporate Tax ID Setup (P059081A)
• Address Book Revisions (P01012)
• Work with Companies (P0010)

If the other ALE Members are not set up in these tables, you can add this information to these tables for 1094-C reporting purposes. If you choose not to add this information, another option is to create the Form Data File XML (R08150) and then add the OtherALEMembersGrp elements.




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