Free Resources from the IRS to Answer Your Questions on the ACA

Free Resources from the IRS to Answer Your Questions on the ACA

November 2, 2017 The IRS provides a variety of resources to assist organizations in better understanding the requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Here’s are some that we hope you will find Read More
ACA Filing Deadlines Still Loom Amid Reform Debate

ACA Filing Deadlines Still Loom Amid Reform Debate

July 20, 2017 Originally published on July 18, 2017 in “Compliance Week”  As healthcare reform sputters along in Congress, companies still face filing deadlines under the Affordable Care Act, and the Internal Revenue Service Read More
FCCI Identifies Five Common Challenges Organizations Face  When Complying with ACA Requirements

FCCI Identifies Five Common Challenges Organizations Face When Complying with ACA Requirements

June 12, 2017 Op-Ed originally published in PR Newswire. LOS ANGELES, CA — June 7, 2017 — First Capitol Consulting, Inc., (FCCI) has achieved a 100 percent success rate in assisting organizations with filing Read More
The IRS Audit Process Will Force Employers to Prove Their Case or Face Penalties

The IRS Audit Process Will Force Employers to Prove Their Case or Face Penalties

February 13, 2017 Post election, in December of 2016, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) began to issue out notices to employers who may have failed to comply with the ACA. These notices appear Read More
The Reality Of ACA Penalties Post-Repeal

The Reality Of ACA Penalties Post-Repeal

January 20, 2017 As Donald J. Trump officially takes his seat as the 45th President of the United States, we inch closer to the reality of an Affordable Care Act repeal. While the Read More
To Audit Or Not To Audit: How An ACA Audit Can Save Your Company’s Pockets

To Audit Or Not To Audit: How An ACA Audit Can Save Your Company’s Pockets

June 27, 2016 It feels like the year of penalties for employers this tax season, primarily those classified by the ACA for an Applicable Large Employer (50+ full-time equivalents). This is due largely Read More