ACA Management Essentials Solution

An overview of our Affordable Care Act Management Essentials Solution for employers.

Business Activity Monitor

Business Activity Monitor™ is an account monitoring solution that helps reduce delinquency, improve collection outcomes and save time associated with account management through automated alerts on key changes to your customer accounts.

enACT Product Sheet

Enhanced Automated Collection Transactions™ (EnACT) is an offline risk-assessment tool specifically designed for collections professionals. This cost-effective and easy-to-use solution enhances debt recovery efforts by providing current contact information and better predicting account performance.

FirstSearch Product Sheet

Collect More Debt by Reaching Debtors First

I-9 Management Product Sheet

Take control of I-9 compliance with I-9 Management solutions from Equifax. We understand the challenge you face when managing I-9 compliance. Keeping control of your I-9s is no small task. Turnover, a dispersed workforce, remote employees, evolving legislation and changing regulations make it nearly impossible to stay 100% compliant when using a paper-based process. Equifax answers your needs with smart, convenient electronic solutions.

State Onboarding Compliance Product Sheet

State new hire notifications can be overwhelming. Our State Onboarding Compliance solution can help.  We track legislation to help keep you on-top-of evolving state required new hire notifications and our technology makes the process straightforward to help you get the right form the to the right employee at the right time.

Tax Form Management

Eliminate cumbersome, dated tax form distribution processes and create more time for strategic work. Tax Form Management from Equifax offers efficient, automated systems for managing employees' tax forms, giving your payroll and benefits departments much needed relief during tax season and beyond.

Unemployment Cost Management: We Get It. We Got It.

For employers, Unemployment Cost Management (UCM) can be really complicated. Equifax puts more than 65 years of experience, our CaseBuilder technology workflows, and UCM management and reporting best practices to work for more than 6,000 employers nationwide. 

WeVerify I-9 Solution

We take the complexity out of E-Verify. Forget about trying to relearn the process every time you hire a new employee. As one of the largest E-Verify employer agents, our solution makes E-Verify simple and straightforward, so you can get back to what matters most – growing your business.

Rethinking Risk

Five Barriers to Effective B2B Credit Risk Management — and How to Transcend Them

Hurricane Relief Tax Credit Case Study: Retailer Identifies More Than $1 Million in Tax Credits with Help from Equifax

A retailer worked with Equifax to leverage Gulf Opportunity (GO) Zone Employee Retention Credits as part of the relief efforts following Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma. The geo-coding processes from Equifax pinpointed locations inside the disaster zones while the tax credit experts calculated the opportunity. Equifax can help with our no-hassle set-up to efficiently identify, calculate, and manage compliance with the 2017 disaster relief tax credits for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.

Lennox Transforms Credit and Collections with Help of Dynamic Equifax Solution

Lennox needed a more consistent and connected process for reviewing and approving customers and recovering debt. The company achieved this and more with the help of a world-class credit management solution from Equifax.

An Employer's Perspective on ACA Subsidy Appeals and Employee Communication

Jeff Taylor of Equifax and Rachel Stevens of Staffmark walk through the “nuts and bolts” of the subsidy process, explain options available to employers when receiving Marketplace notices, and share best practices on handling subsidy appeals. Stevens also shares how she is successfully managing the subsidy process and handling delicate communication with employees whose subsidies are appealed.

Commercial Credit Trends Outlook Webinar from Equifax – Q1 2018

Equifax chief economist Amy Crews Cutts shares the latest commercial credit trends and outlines what changes she sees in store for the U.S. and economy and where she believes the economy is headed. She discusses recent commercial economic data, as well as new issues that are emerging on the economic landscape including changing interest rates, the Trump administration’s priorities and global politics.

Spotlight on ACA Subsidies

Watch this webinar on-demand to learn more about ACA subsidies, including: How the subsidy notification and appeal process works, real-life examples of challenges that employers have faced, best practices learned from processing subsidies for Equifax clients, how Equifax reduces the administrative burden and compliance risk associated with subsidies, and suggestions for educating and communicating with employees about subsidies.

The Affordable Care Act - Preparing for 2015

While many employers believe they do not have to worry about IRS reporting for the ACA until 2016, the reality is that they must begin preparing in January of 2015 in order to file in 2016. Join us as we break down IRS reporting for the ACA.

The Secrets to WOTC Success: Tips for HR and Tax Pros

In this webinar you’ll learn proven strategies to maximize your WOTC program. With a spotlight on powerful key performance indicators (KPIs), you’ll walk away with the knowledge you need to break down the barriers that are stopping your organization from capturing more credits.

ACA 1095 Toolkit for Employers

Get our toolkit of valuable resources to help educate employees on ACA Form 1095, including a communication plan, email templates, a poster, FAQs, and more.

Sealing the Deal: A Dealer's Guide to Knowing Your Buyers Better To Sell More Cars

We get it. You need to get shoppers into your dealership and into the right vehicle — as quickly and easily as possible. That’s where Equifax comes in.

Some Facts About Recession Risk

Information from “Gauging U.S. Recession Risk” by Equifax Chief Economist Amy Crews Cutts and Deputy Chief Economist Gunnar Blix