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2015 Tax Information

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IF YOU HAD INDIVIDUAL PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE FOR ALL OR PART OF CALENDAR YEAR 2015 THROUGH DC HEALTH LINK

If you had individual private health insurance through DC Health Link during 2015, you will receive a form called Form 1095-A. This form shows how long you had individual (or family) health insurance through DC Health Link in 2015. This form will also show any premium reductions you received. You will need this form for your personal income tax filing. A copy of the Form 1095-A will be mailed at the end of January. You can also download a copy of your Form 1095-A below and locate other helpful resources.

IF YOU HAD DC MEDICAID FOR ALL OR PART OF CALENDAR YEAR 2015

Form 1095-B is an IRS Form. You will receive your Form 1095-B in the mail in February.

Form 1095-B is an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax document that includes information about the health coverage provided for one or more months during the year to a beneficiary, beneficiary's spouse, and individuals the beneficiary can claim as dependents. Form 1095-B shows how long you had healthcare coverage through DC Medicaid in 2015.

As a Provider of Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) through Medicaid, the District of Columbia Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) is required to file Form 1095-B with the IRS. DHCF is required to report covered individuals who had Medicaid or Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) coverage during the year, and to provide a copy of the Form 1095-B to covered individuals (beneficiaries of Medicaid and CHIP in 2015).

Beginning in February, you can access your form online.

If you receive Form 1095-B from DHCF, review to make sure that the information is correct. Check the name, Social Security Number (if shown), date of birth, and covered months.

If the information is correct, keep Form 1095-B with your records. You do not need to attach the form to your income tax return.

If the information is not correct on your form 1095-B please complete, sign and submit the 1095-B Correction Request Form.

Submit the 1095-B Correction Request Form to the 1095-B Processing Unit to request a correction.

Email

Send your completed 1095-B correction request form by email.

Phone

(855) 532-5465
TTY DIAL 711

Mail

Department of Human Services
Economic Security Administration
Form 1095-B Processing Unit
645 H Street NE, 4th Floor
Washington, DC 20077-0555

In Person

Visit one of our ESA Service Centers

IF YOU HAD EMPLOYER-SPONSORED HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE THROUGH DC HEALTH LINK FOR ALL OR PART OF CALENDAR YEAR 2015

You will not receive any tax forms from DC Health Link.

You will receive a Form 1095-B from your health insurance company with details of your 2015 health insurance coverage. If you have questions about your Form 1095-B, please call the numbers below:

  • United Healthcare: (877) 856-2430
  • Kaiser: (800) 777-7902
  • Aetna: (855) 586-6960
  • CareFirst: (855) 444-3119

If your employer has more than 50 full-time employees, your will also get a Form 1095-C from your employer with details of your 2015 health insurance coverage. If you have questions about your Form 1095-C, please contact your employer.

IF YOU DID NOT HAVE HEALTH COVERAGE IN 2015

If you did not have health coverage for 3 months or more in 2015, you may have to pay a fee to the IRS when you file your 2015 personal federal income tax return. You may also qualify for an exemption from the IRS fee if you meet certain criteria.

Learn more about exemptions and penalties if you did not have health coverage in 2015.

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