Important information: Kaiser Permanente is scheduled to start mailing Form 1095-B to primary account owners (also known as subscribers) on January 10, 2018. These forms will be sent out through the rest of the month, to subscribers in all regions, until we’ve finished. Please allow some time for them to arrive.
You may need your form to show proof of medical health plan coverage when filing your tax returns with a tax preparer. You don’t need to submit it with your return.
Need another type of 1095?
- For Form 1095-A, please contact your health insurance marketplace.
- For Form 1095-C, please contact your employer.
Read on for more information on Form 1095.
Under the Affordable Care Act, almost everyone must have medical health plan coverage. Each year you may get one or more versions of IRS Form 1095 (1095-A, 1095-B, 1095-C), depending on what kind of health coverage(s) you had. The 1095 form(s) prove you had coverage for the months listed on the form.
To support your efforts to file your taxes this year, you’ll get a copy (or copies) of Form 1095 from one or more of the following:
- Kaiser Permanente
- CMS for Medicare and Medicaid
- The health insurance marketplace through which you purchased coverage
- Your employer(s)
You may need your form to show proof of medical health plan coverage when filing your tax returns with a tax preparer. You don’t need to submit it with your return. For more information, please visit the IRS page on health care information forms