The Patient Protection and Affordable CareAct (PPACA) reporting deadlines are rapidlyapproaching, presenting a major administrative burden foremployers who face penalties forfailing to report in a timely and accurate manner.

While there has been significant discussion of employer rolesand responsibilities, employees have been largely left out of theequation.

However, many employees will soon be receiving new forms thatare critical to their ability to file their tax returns and totheir employers’ ability to accurately fulfill their own reportingrequirements. Among these are Forms 1095-A, 1095-B, and1095-C.

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