What's the 1095 Tax Form for Health Insurance?
The Affordable Care Act requires nearly all Americans have health insurance.
The 1095 tax forms provide proof that you and your family had health insurance during that year.
Which form you get depends on whether you get your insurance through an employer or buy it yourself. The forms also list who had coverage and for how many months.
You get this form, also called the Health Insurance Marketplace Statement, if you or anyone else in your household had a Marketplace plan during the year. If you qualify, the Form 1095-A is also used to claim the premium tax credit.
The government sends the form to you and the IRS.
Here's what else you need to know:
Learn more at healthcare.gov.
The government has made changes to some of the forms that you need to file with your taxes. You don’t need to file a 1095-B form, so we’ll no longer mail one automatically.
Still want a copy of the form? You can find more information here.
You get the Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage form if your employer is an applicable large employer with 50 or more full-time employees.
Here’s what else you need to know about Form 1095-C: