efileACAforms is a service developed by ComplyRight designed exclusively to help employers navigate the complexity of ACA reporting. We closely follow all of the legislative and IRS activity associated with the Affordable Care Act and then apply over 30 years of experience in business tax reporting to develop solutions that work for you. Our online service represents the easiest and quickest way to meet ACA reporting requirements without disrupting your other business activities at this busy time of year. The website is designed to guide you through the process, answer your questions along the way and complete your forms creation, delivery and IRS filings. There’s no software to install, no paper forms to buy and print and no trips to the post office. efileACAforms is an approved IRS e-file transmitter for businesses with ACA requirements.
efileACAforms provides a complete end-to-end online solution that takes care of the tasks you must do today, retains your data and simplifies the process year after year.
We offer three options at checkout at different price points. When you checkout, you can select the option that best fits your needs:
Depending on option selected, services include:
The price per form ranges from $2.25 to $5.00, depending on the number of forms you submit. An e-file only option (no delivery to employee) is also available at a reduced fee. After filing, if you discover an error, correction services are also available. Click here for a complete list of services and prices.
You can create your account for efileACAforms right now and begin the process by entering your company information and employee personal information even before your final year-end data is available. This can provide a head start and help you become familiar with the process. We make the IRS-approved forms accessible shortly after the IRS releases them, typically in late December.
We accept all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Enter your credit card information at checkout.
Your email address used during account set up is your user ID. If you forget your password, click on the “Forgot Password” link on the login page. We will send you an email with instructions on resetting your password. After requesting a password reset, please allow approximately 5 minutes and check your spam filter for the email confirmation.
The IRS deadline for recipient copies is March 1, 2024. Employee copies that are mailed will be processed within 2 to 3 business days of your order and delivered to the post office for first-class mail delivery. The U.S. Postal Service typically delivers first-class mail within 7-10 days, although we cannot guarantee postal delivery times. You will be notified on the date that your forms are delivered to the post office. Note: recipients will not receive forms if you select the E-File Only service option.
Forms are processed every business day until April 1, 2024, when we switch to processing weekly. After April 1, 2024, we will process orders within one business day through April 30, 2024. Starting May 1, 2024 we will process orders twice weekly, every Tuesday and Thursday morning through 10/31/2024. All submissions on 10/31/2024 will be processed the morning of 11/1/2024. If you order later in the day on Tuesday or Thursday, your forms will be e-filed the following Tuesday or Thursday. Prior year forms will follow the same schedule listed above.
After you submit your forms and payment, you can log into your account and will have access to copies of your forms in PDF format. Simply log in to your account and on the navigation bar on the left, hover over Filings and then click on Filed which will direct you to your Filed Forms page. Select the form you want to print. Use the filters to find the forms you want and then click "Apply." Once your employee information appears on screen, select the employee records and click the "Copy" button for any forms you want to print.
If you select e-file, print & mail at check out, we take care of employee form delivery. Our all-inclusive service includes printing and delivery via first-class mail and/or via email. In an emergency, you can provide employees with a printed copy of the form that is available in PDF format in the “Filed Forms” section accessible from the Dashboard.
The IRS deadline for e-filing is April 1, 2024. We will make best effort to get all forms filed by 6 p.m. ET on April 1, 2024, e-filed to meet the IRS electronic filing deadline.
Yes. You can add an unlimited number of employers and employees under a single account if you choose. When creating the form, simply select the correct company and employee from the drop-down boxes on the form. All related data will then be filled in automatically.
We begin our processes immediately after you submit forms and check out. Therefore, you cannot change any information entered into a form once you have checked out and paid for our service.
To correct a form that has been printed and filed in error, you’ll need to create a separate correction form. The service is available to you through the site at a separate fee and includes delivery of the corrected employee copy as well as submission of the correction to the IRS, if you select e-file, print & mail at checkout. ACA corrections are only available if you filed the original form with us.
For self-insured employers completing 1095-B forms, we will automatically include the 1094-B transmittal form with your submission at no additional cost. When filing 1095-C forms, you must also file a separate 1094-C form available through the site that requires additional information from employers regarding:
Employers can pay a high price for failing to comply with ACA reporting requirements. In addition to the IRS ramping up penalty amounts, the punitive nature of penalties means the combined cost can add up quickly.
The amount of the penalty is based on when you file the correct information return or finish the correct payee statement. Also, the penalty for failure to file a correct information return is separate from the penalty for failure to furnish the correct payee statement. For example, if you fail to file a correct 1095-C with the IRS and don’t provide a correct statement to the payee, you may be subject to two separate penalties. And depending on the oversight, the maximum amount you can incur in the calendar year can reach into the thousands.
|Amount of Penalty
|Failure to file with the IRS Section 6721
$3,783,000 calendar year maxiumum
|Failure to furnish a recipient copy Section 6722
$3,783,000 calendar year maxiumum
|Filed/furnished after August 1 or not at all
Combined calendar year maximum
($2,522,000 for small businesses)
|Intentional Disregard to file/furnish
No calendar year maximum
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