Where can I find out more information about the ACA forms?
The IRS instructions website contains all information about these forms https://www.irs.gov/instructions/i109495c/index.html
The IRS questions and answers website contains detailed information on which options you should choose as well as other frequently asked questions about the forms https://www.irs.gov/Affordable-Care-Act/Employers/Questions-and-Answers-about-Information-Reporting-by-Employers-on-Form-1094-C-and-Form-1095-C
You can also find additional information on the Aatrix processing by visiting ​https://www.aatrix.com/aca.

What information should I start collecting?
Ensure you have all of the employees' offer of coverage codes and safe harbor codes (defined below), employee share amounts and months the employee was covered.  You will also need to collect dependent information such as date of birth and months covered as well.

How do I enter the ACA information?
Please visit Aatrix's dedicate website for FundWare to download all applicable files here: https://fundware.aatrix.com. These files include a Sample CSV file, ACA Spreadsheet Templates and the ACA/W2/1099 Preparer installation.  We also have a dedicated Knowledgebase article which walks you through the steps for this information found here: How to generate Affordable Care Act (ACA) reports​

Which form should I use?
There are 2 versions of the 1094/1095 forms: B series and C series.  B series is used for organizations with less than 50 full time employees.  C series is used for organizations with greater than 50 full times employees.  If you are unsure of which forms to use or have further questions, please contact a tax professional.

Where can I view the 1094/1095 B series forms and instructions?
1094-B Form
1095-B Form
1094/1095-B Instructions

Where can I view the 1094/1095 C series forms and instructions?
1094-C Form
1095-C Form
1094/1095-C Instructions

What type of paper do I need for these forms?
ACA forms print to blank paper, so normal 8½" x 11" is needed.

What do the offer of coverage codes mean?
Please note - These are pulled directly from the IRS instructions.  If you have questions about which one to choose, please consult with your tax professional.

1A. Qualifying Offer: Minimum essential coverage providing minimum value offered to full-time employee with employee contribution for self-only coverage equal to or less than 9.5% mainland single federal poverty line and at least minimum essential coverage offered to spouse and dependent(s).

1B. Minimum essential coverage providing minimum value offered to employee only.

1C. Minimum essential coverage providing minimum value offered to employee and at least minimum essential coverage offered to dependent(s) (not spouse).

1D. Minimum essential coverage providing minimum value offered to employee and at least minimum essential coverage offered to spouse (not dependent(s)).

1E. Minimum essential coverage providing minimum value offered to employee and at least minimum essential coverage offered to dependent(s) and spouse.

1F. Minimum essential coverage NOT providing minimum value offered to employee; employee and spouse or dependent(s); or employee, spouse and dependents.

1G. Offer of coverage to employee who was not a full-time employee for any month of the calendar year (which may include one or more months in which the individual was not an employee) and who enrolled in self-insured coverage for one or more months of the calendar year.

1H. No offer of coverage (employee not offered any health coverage or employee offered coverage that is not minimum essential coverage, which may include one or more months in which the individual was not an employee).

1I. Qualifying Offer Transition Relief 2015: Employee (and spouse or dependents) received no offer of coverage; received an offer that is not a qualifying offer; or received a qualifying offer for less than 12 months.

What do the safe harbor codes mean?
Please note - These are pulled directly from the IRS instructions.  If you have questions about which one to choose, please consult with your tax professional.

2A. Employee not employed during the month. Enter code 2A if the employee was not employed on any day of the calendar month. Do not use code 2A for a month if the individual was an employee of the employer on any day of the calendar month. Do not use code 2A for the month during which an employee terminates employment with the employer.

2B. Employee not a full-time employee. Enter code 2B if the employee is not a full-time employee for the month and did not enroll in minimum essential coverage, if offered for the month. Enter code 2B also if the employee is a full-time employee for the month and whose offer of coverage (or coverage if the employee was enrolled) ended before the last day of the month solely because the employee terminated employment during the month (so that the offer of coverage or coverage would have continued if the employee had not terminated employment during the month). Also use this code for January 2015 if the employee was offered health coverage no later than the first day of the first payroll period that begins in January 2015 and the coverage offered was affordable for purposes of the employer shared responsibility provisions under section 4980H and provided minimum value.

2C. Employee enrolled in coverage offered. Enter code 2C for any month in which the employee enrolled in health coverage offered by the employer for each day of the month, regardless of whether any other code in Code Series 2 (other than code 2E) might also apply (for example, the code for a section 4980H affordability safe harbor). Do not enter 2C in line 16 if code 1G is entered in the All 12 Months Box in line 14 because the employee was not a full-time employee for any months of the calendar year. Do not enter code 2C in line 16 for any month in which a terminated employee is enrolled in COBRA continuation coverage (enter code 2A).

2D. Employee in a section 4980H(b) Limited Non-Assessment Period. Enter code 2D for any month during which an employee is in a Limited Non-Assessment Period for section 4980H(b).

If an employee is in an initial measurement period, enter code 2D (employee in a section 4980H(b) Limited Non-Assessment Period) for the month, and not code 2B (employee not a full-time employee). For an employee in a section 4980H(b) Limited Non-Assessment Period for whom the employer is also eligible for the multiemployer interim rule relief for the month, enter code 2E (multiemployer interim rule relief) and not code 2D (employee in a Limited Non-Assessment Period).

2E. Multiemployer interim rule relief. Enter code 2E for any month for which the multiemployer arrangement interim guidance applies for that employee, regardless of whether any other code in Code Series 2 (including code 2C) might also apply. This relief is described under Offer of Health Coverage in the Definitions section of these instructions.

2F. Section 4980H affordability Form W-2 safe harbor. Enter code 2F if the employer used the section 4980H Form W-2 safe harbor to determine affordability for purposes of section 4980H(b) for this employee for the year. If an employer uses this safe harbor for an employee, it must be used for all months of the calendar year for which the employee is offered health coverage.

2G. Section 4980H affordability federal poverty line safe harbor. Enter code 2G if the employer used the section 4980H federal poverty line safe harbor to determine affordability for purposes of section 4980H(b) for this employee for any month(s).

2H. Section 4980H affordability rate of pay safe harbor. Enter code 2H if the employer used the section 4980H rate of pay safe harbor to determine affordability for purposes of section 4980H(b) for this employee for any month(s).

2I. Non-calendar year transition relief applies to this employee. Enter code 2I if non-calendar year transition relief for section 4980H(b) applies to this employee for the month. See the instructions later under Section 4980H Transition Relief for 2015 and 2015 Section 4980H(b) Transition Relief for Employers with Non-Calendar Year Plans (Form 1095-C, line 16, code 2I), for a description of this relief.

How to efile the ACA forms through Aatrix?

The Aatrix ACA preparer will prompt you to efile. At that point you will be taken out to the Aatrix site to complete the process.