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nre0985
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Waiting on 1095-B from Humana. Had an individual policy, not through the ACC. Had Humana from 2/2016-12/31/2016. Also had BC/BS from Kroger 11/01/2016-12/31/2016

Probably will not get 1095-B in time to file.  What do I do?
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JohnR1
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Waiting on 1095-B from Humana. Had an individual policy, not through the ACC. Had Humana from 2/2016-12/31/2016. Also had BC/BS from Kroger 11/01/2016-12/31/2016

You do not have to file Form 1095-B with the IRS, or enter it into TurboTax - there is no filing requirement for this particular form - just retain it for your records.

Please note that not all 1095 tax forms get reported to the IRS:

  • Only the 1095-A gets entered into TurboTax in the Health Insurance section
  • If you receive a Form 1095-B, entitled “Health Coverage”, the IRS does not need any details from this form, you can just retain for your records any 1095-B forms received from your health insurance company or government agency that sponsors your plan

  • If you have a 1095-C, a form entitled “Employer Provided Health insurance Offer and Coverage”, the IRS does not need any details from this form either.  You can keep any 1095-C forms which you receive from your employer, for your records.

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JohnR1
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Waiting on 1095-B from Humana. Had an individual policy, not through the ACC. Had Humana from 2/2016-12/31/2016. Also had BC/BS from Kroger 11/01/2016-12/31/2016

You do not have to file Form 1095-B with the IRS, or enter it into TurboTax - there is no filing requirement for this particular form - just retain it for your records.

Please note that not all 1095 tax forms get reported to the IRS:

  • Only the 1095-A gets entered into TurboTax in the Health Insurance section
  • If you receive a Form 1095-B, entitled “Health Coverage”, the IRS does not need any details from this form, you can just retain for your records any 1095-B forms received from your health insurance company or government agency that sponsors your plan

  • If you have a 1095-C, a form entitled “Employer Provided Health insurance Offer and Coverage”, the IRS does not need any details from this form either.  You can keep any 1095-C forms which you receive from your employer, for your records.
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