Starting in 2016 for the 2015 tax year, the IRS is requiring that most tax filers fill out information on their tax return regarding health insurance coverage. Form 1095 proof will help you to fill out the information.
This requirement is part of the Affordable Care Act. Most people who did not have health insurance last year will receive a tax penalty. Form 1095 does not apply to standalone dental or vision coverage.
You can also find more details about Form 1095 on IRS.gov, or visit our Healthsource blog post on Form 1095.
It depends on how you obtained your health plan. It may come from Premera, your employer, or Washington Healthplanfinder.
No, you'll get your Form 1095 from another source.
The regular open enrollment period to buy a 2016 individual health plan ended January 31. However, if you qualify, you may be able to apply for coverage now, in a special enrollment period.
Learn more about special enrollment and if you qualify, call us at 800-722-1471 for help in choosing a plan that’s right for you.