Form 1095-C

What is Form 1095-C?

The IRS will use the information provided on Form 1095-C to administer the Employer Shared Responsibility pro- visions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Under the ACA, large employers must either offer health insurance coverage to full time employees, or they could be required to pay a penalty to the IRS. This is often called the Employer Mandate. In order to determine whether an employer is subject to a penalty under the Employer Mandate, large employers must file a form with the IRS called Form 1095-C. The IRS will also use the information provided on Form 1095-C to determine who is eligible for a health care premium tax credit for coverage purchased through the Marketplace.

Will you receive a Form 1095-C?

As of 2016, the district must file Forms 1095-C with the IRS to report information about the offers of health coverage made to full-time employees during the previous calendar year and provide copies of Forms 1095-C to those employees. You will receive a copy of Form 1095-C if you were a full-time employee for all or some months of the prior calendar year. You are receiving a copy of the Form 1095-C so you know what information has been reported to the IRS about the offer of health coverage made to you and/or your family. Form 1095- C does not contain information about the actual coverage provided. If you enrolled in coverage, this information is reported on a separate form (Form 1095-B), which will be sent to you by the insurance carrier.

On December 22, 2017, the IRS issued Notice 2018-06 which provides for a 30-day extension on the due date for providing statements to individuals. The statements must be provided by March 2, 2018 rather than January 31, 2018. If you do not receive a Form 1095-C after that time and feel you should have, or if you have questions, please contact Jill Reichhart at 585-637-1824.


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