The ACA guidelines have two different types of forms (1095-B and 1095-C) to cover different reporting scenarios:
A 1094-B and its 1095-Bs MUST be filed together
A 1094-C and its 1095-Cs MUST be filed together
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Form 1095-B is an information return filed by health insurance providers or employers offering self-funded coverage with fewer than 50 full-time + full-time equivalent employees.
For more info on Tax Year 2022 Form 1095-B, click here.
Form 1095-C is an information return filed by employers with at least 50 full-time + full-time equivalent employees. These employers are known as 'Applicable Large Employers' or ALEs by the IRS. This form tells the IRS if the employer met ACA guidelines for the healthcare coverage they offer, and it requires that employees receive a recipient copy.
For more info on Tax Year 2022 Form 1095-C, click here
We also recommend checking out the IRS.gov ACA FAQ, which contains many common 1095-C questions in an easy-to-understand format.
Generally, ACA filing is handled by self-filing or by using an ACA Software provider:
Learn more about filing ACA Forms online.
On the IRS Form 1095-C, two sets of codes are used for Lines 14 and 16.
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