Related Concepts

Affordable Care Act (ACA) Resources

INS: Employee 1095-C Entry

INS: ACA Settings Review

INS: Benefits Review

INS: Basic Setup

INS: Benefits Package Components

INS: Durations

INS: Benefit Offerings

INS: Benefit Class Setup

INS: Best Practices Workflow

INS: Deduction Sync

INS: Insurance Benefits Menu

Setting up an ACA-Compliant Payroll Deduction and Benefit Plan Option

Understanding How Percentage-Based Deductions are Calculated

INS: Package Assignments

INS: Setting Up Pricing Structures

INS: Pricing Matrix

INS: Setting Up Benefits by Job

INS: Benefits by Employee-Details

INS: Defaults

INS: Benefits by Employee

INS: Benefit Templates

INS: Package Validation

INS: Eligibility Setup

INS: Eligibility Testing Wizard

INS: Automation Review

INS: Automation Engines

INS: Benefit Setup

Related Tasks

INS: Common Tasks

INS: Printing and Updating Healthcare Costs

INS: Setting up Termination Rules

INS: Setting up a Surcharge

INS: Setting Up a Relation

INS: Setting up a Reason for Change

INS: Setting Up Pricing Structures

INS: Setting up a Pricing Rule

INS: Setting up a Plan Option Type

INS: Setting up Override Rules

INS: Setting up a No Hours Rule

INS: Setting up an Income Band

INS: Setting up an Hours Rule

INS: Setting up Eligibility Testing

INS: Setting up a Duration

INS: Setting Up a Dependent or Beneficiary

INS: Setting up a Carrier

INS: Setting up a Benefit Type

INS: Setting up Benefit Pricing

INS: Setting up Benefit Plan Options

INS: Setting up Benefit General Options

INS: Setting up a Benefit Class

INS: Setting up an Availability Rule

INS: Scheduling Ongoing Eligibility Tests

INS: Scheduling Initial Hours of Service Tests

INS: Overriding a Pricing Rule

INS: Overriding Benefit Availability

INS: Connecting a Benefit Class to a Job Title

INS: Assigning Benefit Packages

INS: Setting Up Benefits by Job

Setting up IRS Form 1095-C

Setting up an ACA-Compliant Payroll Deduction and Benefit Plan Option

Understanding How Percentage-Based Deductions are Calculated

Understanding IRS Form 1095-C Basic Concepts

Generating an Electronic File for 1094-C

Submitting a 1095-C Correction File to the IRS

Submitting a 1094-C Correction File to the IRS

Related Reports

INS: Benefit Insurance/Other Analysis Report

INS: Healthcare Costs Report

Reference Materials

INS: Insurance Benefits Menu

INS: Insurance Benefits Menu

INS: Benefit Setup

Affordable Care Act (ACA) Resources

INS: Best Practices Workflow

PAY/HR: Classifications

Other Compensations and Deductions

INS: Defaults

INS: Setting Up Pricing Structures

INS: Eligibility Setup

Understanding IRS Form 1095-C Basic Concepts

INS: Benefit Year Update Checklist

INS: First-Year Checklist

INS: Online Enrollment Checklist

INS: Employee 1095-C Entry

INS: Employee 1095-C Report

Overview

The INS Report: 1095-C window contains the tools you need to produce Employee 1095-C Forms in compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reporting requirements.

From this window, you can also open another window where you can analyze form data before you generate the forms. You access the Employee 1095-C Report from WinTeam's Insurance Benefits module.

You must have the appropriate User Security before WinTeam will create Employee 1095-C Forms (see Security below). The system will exclude from the process Employees whose records for which you do not have security permission. For example, it may be necessary for you to have Admin-Level Security to create Employee 1095-C Forms for the president or other executives in the company.

See 1095-C Form and Instructions Samples

Key Functionality

Security

To create a 1095-C Form for an Employee, you must have Pay Checks User Security equal to or greater than the Security Level in his/her Employee Master File.

In order to see the Employee 1095-C Report, you must have one of the following System security groups:

  • SYS ALL
  • INS ALL
  • A custom security group that contains the screen INS Report 1095-C

You must also have access to the Employee's Location and Company Number. In this example, the user has access to everything: