Affordable Care Act reporting is mandatory for calendar year 2015, and is the responsibility of the employer. The reporting requirement consists of two types of forms and their related transmittals. Use the tool below to estimate your filing requirements


Form 1095-B must be issued by a self-insured employer with less than 50 full-time employees (including full-time equivalent employees), or by the insurer to employees and to the IRS as proof of healthcare coverage.

Form 1095-C must be issued by employers with 50+ full time employees (including full-time equivalent employees) to employees and to the IRS. Filers may submit multiple 1095-C batches to the IRS.

Form 1094-B is the transmittal form that must be filed with form 1095-B.

Form 1094-C is the related transmittal sent to the IRS. This transmittal may have up to 3 pages which also must be included when e-filing each batch to the IRS.

Deadlines for paper filing

January 31, 2017 - 1095 Statements due to recipients/employees
February 28, 2017 - 1095 Paper filing due to the IRS
March 31, 2017 - E-file due to the IRS

Estimate your Filing Requirement

Do you have more than 50 full-time equivalent employees (FTEs)?
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Are you self-insured?
Are you self-insured?

File Form 1095-C. Order 1095-C Forms

File Form 1095-C.

Order 1095-C Forms

File Form 1095-B. Order 1095-B Forms

You are not required to file form 1095