You may need to contact your local Department of Social Services (DSS) office; they may have the form. You also may not have received a Form 1095-B based on your household composition.Read More »
You should use the version of Form 1095-B that has been updated with your most current information when completing your taxes. You should keep both copies in a safe place with the rest of your tax information.Read More »
My spouse and I both were enrolled in Medicaid or had other health coverage but then divorced. Will we both receive Form 1095-B?
We will send Form 1095-B to the person listed as head of the household at the end of the year. You can request an additional copy of Form 1095-B from your spouse or through Maryland Health Connection by calling us at 1-855-642-8572 (Deaf and hard of hearing use Relay service). …Read More »
We will send the Form 1095-B to the person listed as head of household. You can request an additional copy of Form 1095-B from your spouse or through Maryland Health Connection by calling us at 1-855-642-8572 (Deaf and hard of hearing use Relay service).Read More »
No; it affects only your federal taxes.Read More »
Can my tax preparer call Maryland Health Connection with questions about the Form 1095-B on my behalf?
No; we cannot accept calls from a tax preparer on your behalf due to privacy reasons. Tax preparers are encouraged to take advantage of the information prepared by the IRS to support tax preparers and their understanding of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).Read More »
If any information is incorrect on your Form 1095-B, such as names, last four digits of Social Security Numbers (SSNs), dates of coverage, or which individuals in your household were enrolled, call Maryland Health Connection’s consumer support center at 1-855-642-8572 (Deaf and hard of hearing use Relay service).Read More »
Under the Affordable Care Act, most people are required to have health coverage that meets certain minimum standards, or else they may pay a penalty for being uninsured. The Form 1095-B is proof that you meet this requirement. If you file taxes, you will check a box on your tax …Read More »
The Form 1095-B will be mailed to you on Jan. 31. You can still file your taxes even if you haven't received the form yet.Read More »
Form 1095-B is an IRS tax form that serves as proof that you or members of your household met the Affordable Care Act requirement to have health coverage. If anyone in your household was enrolled in Medicaid or the Maryland Children’s Health Program (MCHP) through Maryland Health Connection this year, …Read More »