|Due Date||Compliance Requirement|
|January 1||Ohio Minimum Wage will remain at $8.10 per hour|
|January 1||Social Security and Medicare will remain the same|
|January 1||FSA limits remain at $2,550|
|January 31||W-2s need to be issued to employees by this date; W-2s need to include cost of employer-sponsored group health care coverage for employers required to issue 250 or more W-2s|
|January 31||The Federal Unemployment Tax Rate (FUTA) needs to be deposited if owed|
|February 1||OSHA 300 Log (Forms 300 & 300A) needs to be posted on February 1st through April 30th|
|February 10||Form 940 due if FUTA deposits have been made on time|
|March 31||2015 Form 1095-B, 1095-C (employee statement) and Form 940 due.|
|May 31||Deadline for filing forms 1094-C and 1095-C|
|June 30||Deadline for filing forms 1094-C and 1095-C electronically|
|July 31||Form 5500 due for calendar year defined contribution and benefit plans; Form 5500 due by the last day of the 7th month following end of the plan year for non-calendar year plans.|
|September 30||EE0-1 reporting deadline|
Note: This chart is subject to change and more filing deadlines may apply for your specific organization than those listed in the chart. By providing you with research information that may be contained in this chart, ERC is not providing a qualified legal opinion concerning any particular human resource issue.
As such, research information that ERC provides to its members should not be relied upon or considered a substitute for legal advice. The information that we provide is for general employer use and not necessarily for individual application. We also recommend that you consult your legal counsel regarding workplace matters when and if appropriate.
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