The IRS requires all Applicable Large Employers (ALEs) to file forms 1094/1095-C to ensure ACA compliance, but how do you determine if you're an ALE?

ALEs are defined as having employed at least 50 full-time workers or full-time equivalents in the previous year--you could do it the hard way and manually tally the number of employees who worked 30 + hours each month and the number of hours worked by non-full-time-employees each month and apply some old-school arithmetic and hope you made all your calculations correctly...

Or you can download our Am I an ALE? resource, input your numbers and let the calculator do the hard work for you. Ensure compliance and skip the math. 

Download the "Am I an ALE?" Calculator today to see if you're an Applicable Large Employer.

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