Employer Reporting Master Class

Employer Reporting Master Class

January 31, 2022 | 9:00 - 12:00 CST

The IRS is getting tougher on employer reporting errors. At the same time, we are seeing an increase in questions involving proper reporting procedures. Join industry leading expert Regan Debban for a deep-dive into doing it right!

Only $495 Registration Fee

Registration will be capped to ensure small-group discussion

Course Content

The master class will begin with a brief overview of the reporting requirements and deadlines, but the majority of the class will focus more on the details, providing familiarity with the following:



Lines 21 and 22, as well as Part III of the Form 1094-C, including aggregated ALE status, certifications of eligibility, and perhaps most importantly,


All series 1 and 2 codes, including how to apply them and combine them, for reporting on Lines 14 and 16 in Part II of the Form 1095-C; and


Reporting coverage information either on Form 1095-B or in Part III of Form 1095-C.

We will discuss not only the most common coding combinations, but we will also cover a variety of more unique scenarios and discuss how to code them. In addition, we will address how reporting efforts are coordinated, whether the employer does them by hand, using a software program, or through a vendor’s system.

Through a combination of instruction and discussion, the intent is for attendees to better understand the complex reporting  requirements to be able to address more of their clients’ procedural and coding questions as they work through the reporting process.


This course is meant for individuals who have responsibility for employer reporting within their organization or who already have a basic understanding and want to be able to better assist their clients. If you are entirely new to employer reporting we recommend our online employee benefits training course.

Lead by the foremost industry expert on employer reporting

Regan Debban J.D. MBA, Principal

Regan Debban, a Principal at Benefit Comply, LLC, has more than 10 years’ experience in employee benefits as both an attorney and an advisor. She wrote the book on employer reporting when she published the Benefit Comply Employer Reporting Guide which has served as an invaluable resource for thousands of employers nation wide. She has also worked directly with hundreds of employers to help get IRS reporting penalties reduced and rescinded.

She provides guidance related to regulatory compliance matters to employers and insurance industry professionals. Ms. Debban’s work has included helping employers navigate and find practical solutions to complicated Affordable Care Act requirements, in addition to assisting with other employee benefit compliance issues arising under ERISA, COBRA, Section 125, and HIPAA. 

Ms. Debban has been a featured speaker at events nationwide and has been a principal presenter in compliance webinars attended by thousands of employers and insurance professionals.

Prior to joining Benefit Comply, Ms. Debban worked as in-house counsel assisting in HR, benefit, and data security compliance, including for a major Fortune 500 company. She also worked as a legal researcher for Thomson Reuters, for a PEO providing benefits and HR services to small employers, and as an employee benefits consultant before entering law school. Ms. Debban received her law degree from William Mitchell College of Law and her MBA from The University of St. Thomas.