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AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (ACA) REPORTING & PROCESSING

Sage offers an ACA Resource Center to help you understand the provisions as well as track and report the necessary data in Sage 100 in order to remain in compliance.Here are some popular ACA resources to consider reviewing.

HOW TO SET UP ACA TRACKING IN SAGE 100

Step-by-step instructions for setting up Sage 100 for ACA tracking and reporting.

Review Setup Procedure / Watch the Video

HOW DO I GENERATE THE REQUIRED FORMS?

Instructions for generating and printing required ACA forms in Sage 100 including 1094 and 1095.

How to Generate ACA Forms / Watch the Video

HOW TO REPORT EMPLOYER-SPONSORED HEALTHCARE COVERAGE ON THE W2 USING SAGE 100

Setting up Sage 100 Payroll to track and report the cost of coverage under an employer-sponsored group health plan.

Review Instructions / Watch the Video

Consult Your Accountant

These resources and articles are designed to provide general guidance on using Sage 100 for ACA compliance.

Be sure to consult with your accountant or tax advisor for legal advice or guidance that’s personalized to your company-specific requirements.

SAGE 100 YEAR END CENTER

Sage has created a Year End Center that provides valuable
resources to guide you through a smooth year end closing
process in Sage 100 including:

  • Year End Tips and Checklists
  • Video Tutorials and How-to Articles
  • Live Chat With Tech Support
  • Tax Forms, Payroll, and Report Guidance

Take advantage of this free and valuable resource!

SAGE 100 SUPPORTED VERSIONS

What versions of Sage 100 are currently supported? What is the “end of life” date for the version I’m running now? Those questions are answered in the table and notes below:

Things to Note:
Retired versions have limited to no phone support which currently includes Sage 100 2020 and earlier. Customers using Sage 100 2017 with payroll will need to upgrade to a supported version. Sage 100 Version 2017 & earlier will not support additional fields that are necessary to accurately calculate federal withholding taxes as a result of changes implemented in 2020.