Important Tax Information
New Affordable Care Act 1095 Reporting Requirements - Employers are required to send out a tax form called the 1095-C that contains important tax information about health care coverage for any employee or retiree enrolled on the health plan, or who may be deemed a full-time eligible employee for any given tax year.
The District submits the 1095 information directly to the IRS. This form is used by the IRS to assess penalties to individuals and employers under the Affordable Care Act. Although you do not need to submit the form to the IRS, please keep a copy of the form with your tax information.
In anticipation of potential errors, I ask you to please send me an email if you believe there is an error on your form. We will be noting any errors in relation to names, addresses, social security numbers, and date of birth - Most importantly I ask you to review the covered individuals area in Part III and send me an email if it is not accurate. The information on lines 14, 15 and 16 and in Part III is also reviewed internally by the District and our vendor partner. Although the information on lines 14, 15 and 16 may not look accurate, please be aware that what the District is required to report and how we must report it on these forms may not align with what we believe to be true. Please Click Here on how to ready your 1095-C.
If you believe you should be receiving a 1095-C but do not, please contact me as soon as possible. Corrected 1095-C forms will be sent out to those who have corrections that need to be made.