ACAXML is designed to make creating your ACA return easier than you could've imagined! Read on to see how you can have yours done in five easy steps.
Keep in mind that in order to transmit an ACAXML document and e-file, you'll need to have a Transmitter Control Code (TCC) and Software ID.
In order to e-file your ACA return with the IRS, you'll need to apply for and receive a Transmitter Control Code (TCC) and Software ID from the IRS.
After registering with e-Services and completing the confirmation process, you'll have access to the ACA Application for TCC. You must complete and submit the application, with the signatures of the Responsible Officials and the PIN they created during the registration process.Learn More
If you’ve already been to the IRS’s AIR system, ready to e-file your ACA return, you may have realized the process isn’t as simple as you might’ve hoped. First, there’s the TCC you need to register for, then the complex test of scenarios you need to pass in order to e-file. And the rejection and correction process is even more complicated, to the point where you’ll have to produce a custom code to retransmit if your file has issues.
As an IRS-authorized transmitter and e-filing software developer, the people who’ve brought you ACAXML can take all these complexities out of ACA e-filing.
Simply upload your Employee Coverage document, we'll interpret your imported data and generate your xml return, then all you have to do is review your return and e-file. Our system will transmit your return directly to the IRS, and we’ll keep you updated with email notifications while the IRS processes your return.