Important New 2015 Tax Form IRS Form 1095-C

Important New 2015 Tax Form

IRS Form 1095-c

The Purpose of Form 1095-C

Gulf Distributing of Mobile, LLC is required to provide proof of health insurance to you and the IRS. Form 1095-C includes information about the health coverage offered to you and a confirmation as to which months you and/or your family members had health coverage.

While you do not need to attach this form to your tax filing, please review it for accuracy. If you have already filed your return, please make sure the information you reported on your taxes as to which months you had health coverage matches the information provided on the form. If the information matches, you do not need to take any action. Retain the form for your records. If the information on months of coverage in Part III does not match what you provided on your tax return, you may need to amend your tax return in the future. If Part III is blank, and you and your family members are enrolled in coverage, you should receive a Form 1095-B from your medical insurance provider. If you believe the form is incorrect, please contact Gulf Distributing of Mobile, LLC.

IRS Tax Form 1095-C

Part I
Provides basic information about you and Gulf Distributing of Mobile, LLC.

Part II
Provides details about the type of health coverage the company offered you. The IRS will use this information to determine if your organization met the employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Part III
Provides information about you and your dependents who received Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama health coverage during the year. The box will be checked for each month that you and each of your dependents were enrolled in health coverage for at least one day of that month. The IRS will use this information to determine if you or your dependent(s) would incur a tax penalty for failure to have minimum health coverage.

 

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 to both you and the IRS.  The 1095-C (or 1095-B) includes information about the health coverage offered to you and a confirmation as to which months you and/or your family members had health coverage.  While you do not need to attach this form to your tax filing, please review it for accuracy.  If you have already filed your return, please make sure the information you reported on your taxes as to which months you had health coverage matches the information provided on the form.  If the information matches you to not need to take any action.  Retain the form for your records.  If the information on months of coverage in Section III does not match what you provide on your tax return, you may need to amend your tax return in the future.  If you believe the form is not correct, place contact your employer.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Why am I getting Form 1095-C?
You are receiving this tax form because it is required under the national healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
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When will I get my Form 1095-C?
You should receive your printed or electronic Form 1095-C in early February 2016.

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What do I do with my
Form 1095-C?

Your Form 1095-C will contain information that you will transfer to your IRS Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ. You do not need to submit the 1095-C form with your 1040. Most people will only have to check a box on their IRS Form 1040 that states that they (and their dependents, if applicable) were covered by their company for the year.
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How can I get more information about Form 1095-C?
Visit www.irs.gov/Affordable-Care-Act/Individuals-and-Families/Understanding-Form-1095C.




Gulf Distributing of Mobile, LLC
3378 Moffett Road
Mobile, Alabama 36607
(251-665-4322)

www.gulfdistributing.com

 

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