What is the qualifying offer method in 1094-C?
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Last modified 12/16/2020 6:10:49 AM EST
The Applicable Large Employer (ALE) Member is eligible to use the Qualifying method when they have provided a Qualifying Offer to its full-time employees for all months in the year. The healthcare coverage is said to be a Qualifying Offer when it meets the following criteria:
- The coverage provides Minimum Value (MV).
- For employee-only coverage, the employee cost/contribution for each month is not more than 9.5% of the mainland single Federal Poverty Line (FPL)
- Coverage is provided to the employee’s spouse and dependents.
If you’re an ALE member and qualified to report under Qualifying Offer, you need to select the “A. Qualifying Offer Method” checkbox in Form 1094 C, Line 22. By selecting this option, you are certifying that the criteria above are met.
If you are filing more than one 1094-Cs, choose any one 1094-C as an Authoritative Transmittal and select the checkbox “A”. If you are filing only one 1094-C, you can select the relevant checkbox in it.
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