Reporting Under Sections 6055 & 6056

A Clear Guide to ACA Reporting 

Although the ACA’s reporting requirements for employers have been in effect for a few years, the reporting can still cause a fair amount of frustration and confusion for employers.

The ACA’s reporting requirements were established to enforce and administer the employer shared responsibility rules under ACA.  Our webinar explains which:

  • employers are subject to the reporting requirements under Sections 6055 & 6056
  • forms must be submitted by the employer
  • forms must be provided to employees.

The webinar will also discuss who is an Applicable Large Employer and the definition of Full Time Employee and Full Time Equivalent Employees.  Additionally, our presenters will review the required forms and data fields that need to be included as well as methods of reporting. 

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Section 6055 Reporting
  • Section 6056: Reporting Entities
  • Section 6056: Information to be Reported
  • Section 6056: Methods of Reporting


Perfect ACA reporting requirements with ease 

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Chris Marren


With 25 years of industry experience, Chris Marren has been an essential asset for Hampton Consulting’s BENEFITS QB® initiative, providing in-depth expertise of comprehensive health and welfare programs.

Tyler Eshelman

Tyler Eshelman 

Manager of Compliance Services, Contribution Health Inc.

Tyler Eshelman currently serves as the Manager of Compliance Services at Contribution Health, Inc., a consulting firm offering compliance and actuarial services in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Tyler’s role with Contribution Health involves developing compliance service products for small, medium, and large employers to assist with ACA, ERISA, Tax, and other areas of welfare benefit compliance.