Here’s what to expect: The form 1095-C is a new year-end statement required under the Affordable Care Act.
Why should you care: You will need this form to prepare your 2015 taxes. As a taxpayer, you are required to verify, on your annual federal tax return, that you had minimum essential health coverage.
Be on the lookout: Watch for the form in your mailbox in January 2016. Once you have the form 1095-C in hand, transfer that information to your tax return, much like you do with your W-2. This form should be shred with tax preparers and retained with other tax documents.
QPS congratulates I&E Technician Zac Tauzin, for his continued focus on compliance and hard work. While Zac was working on a project recently, the worksite passed a BSEE inspection, INC free. Great work Zac!
Our company has celebrated its 10th anniversary this July 2015, marking a successful run from its infancy to what it is today. Built on its experience and dedication to both customers and employees alike, respectively, we aim to continue our growth even through the industry’s challenging times. Our commitment to safety first and foremost to arriving at excellence with our services and products, QPS strives to be a leader and innovator to the ever changing industry. Thanks to everyone for making these first 10 years the successful company that it set out to be.
Safety award presented to Chris Wright. He had the best stop card for the 2nd quarter. Congrats Chris!
QPS designed and fabricated this 10″ single run LACT skid with sample pot for Plains Pipeline.
Quality Process Services, LLC was again, a proud sponsor of the Houma Invitational Oil Tournament golf outing May 15 through May 17, 2015. This annual event is held at Ellendale Country Club in Houma, LA. Together with other respected companies, this event raises money for several charities including The Haven, Troop C Grant-A-Wish and Louis Infant Crisis Center.
The tournament was a great success with lots of food and prizes.
QPS employees and their families were proud to participate in the 5th annual One SMALL Step for Prader-Willi Syndrome Fun Run and 5K held on April 25, 2015 in Houma.
Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) is a complex genetic disorder that occurs in approximately one out of every 15,000 births. All of the proceeds from One SMALL Step events are used to fund Prader-Willi research.
Rebecca Loupe, wife of QPS’s Panel Shop Leaderman, Jason Loupe, shares information on the event and her personal experience with PWS. Click here for more information about One SMALL Step or to donate to the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research.