I am receiving errors when importing my 1095 data. What do I do?

When importing 1095 data via Excel, there are two types of errors that can occur: critical errors and missing data errors.

Critical errors will be shown in red and must be corrected in the original import file in order to continue the import.  To resolve a critical error:

  1. Select the Export Error File button to print the Import File Audit Report page.
  2. Review the Import File Audit Report Critical Errors section.  It will list detail for each critical error in the import file.
    1. Payer Name - The name of the payer that contains the error.
    2. Recipient Name - The name of the recipient that contains the error.
    3. Description of Error - The error message detail.
    4. Incorrect Value - The exact data value that is causing the error.
    5. Row - The row within the Excel or CSV file that contains the error.
    6. Column - The column within the Excel or CSV file that contains the error.
  3. Open the original Excel import file or the exported error file.
  4. Find the data in the file that is referenced in the critical error.
  5. Update the data and save the import file.
  6. Attempt to import the 1095 data into Yearli again.

Missing data errors will list data that is missing from the Excel file that will be required to file the forms electronically.  These errors are informational and will not prevent you from continuing with the import.  If missing data errors are displayed on the Import File Audit Report, it is recommended that you print a copy of the report to allow you to update the forms at a later time with the missing information.

To continue with the import of the 1095 with missing data errors:

  1. Choose the Next button to finish the import process.
  2. Once the forms are imported, each form with missing data will be listed as Not Ready in Forms in Progress.  Update each Not Ready recipient by selecting the Edit link.

To fix missing data errors prior to completing the import:

  1. Select the Export Error file button to print the Import File Audit Report page.
  2. Select Cancel on the import screen in Yearli.
  3. Open the original Excel file or the exported error file.
  4. Find the data in the Excel file that is missing.
  5. Enter the applicable data and save the changes.
  6. Review the import file for any other payers or recipients that are missing data.
  7. Attempt to import the 1095 data into Yearli again.
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