It’s tax time again, and we have received several questions about 1095-B forms.
The IRS has extended the deadline for health insurance carriers to provide 1095-B forms is March 2, 2017. However, individuals do not need the 1095-B for group health insurance to file taxes. If you had more than one health insurer during 2016, your employees will receive 1095-Bs from each health insurer.
More information can be found here: Healthcare Information Forms Q & A
Please note that I am not a tax expert, and employees with additional questions should seek advice from a tax professional.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions regarding the Affordable Care Act or employee benefits.
Account Manager, Employee Benefits
CU Insurance Solutions
Phone: 800-287-3379 x 312