Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, contains information about the health care coverage provided to you by your employer. Think of this form as proof of insurance for the IRS.

Who receives a Form 1095-C?

Applicable large employers (ALEs), which are generally employers with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees, are required to send Form 1095-Cs to all full-time employees as well as any employee enrolled in their health insurance plan. You might get more than one Form 1095-C if you worked for more than one employer last year.

What do I do with a Form 1095-C?

• Keep Form 1095-C for your records—do not attach the form to your tax return.

• If you enrolled in a health plan through the Marketplace, you will need to reference Part II of this form to help determine your eligibility for a premium tax credit.

• If there is information in Part III of this form, you will need to determine if there are months when you did not have coverage.