Last updated on AUGUST 16, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Management - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Correction submissions can be made to previous submissions that were accepted by the IRS. Accepted submissions may have an IRS Submission Status “A” (Accepted) or “E” (Accepted with Errors). Before you can make corrections to an accepted submission you must first create a correction AIR ID. This is required so that the corrected record(s) can be related to the original record(s).
You can make corrections to accepted Form 1095-C records in two ways.
- Review and edit one or more Form 1095-C records using the Work with Form 1095-C Information program (P08119).
- When a form is changed and saved, the system interactively creates correction records
- Run the 1095-C Offer and Coverage Workfile Build (R08119) from the ACA Information Returns Workbench for the correction AIR ID using the same parameters as the specified on the original AIR ID. This method might be used, for example, when many corrections are needed or the corrections are for data not included in the 1095-C workfiles (such as setup in P08117).
- When the Build 1095-C is submitted for a correction AIR ID, the system compares the original Form 1095-C to what would be created to determine if a correction form is needed. If any of the data differs, a correction form is created.
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