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1095-A 
Customers enrolled in a Qualified Health Plan will receive a 1095-A tax form by early February. If you were enrolled in more than one plan during the year, you’ll get a 1095-A for each plan. Customers enrolled in a catastrophic health plan will not receive a 1095-A. If you or a household member used tax credits, you must file a federal income tax return.

You can view or print a digital copy of your 1095-A by signing in to your account and going to your Message Center. Or, download the WAPlanfinder mobile app available in the App Store and Google Play.

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Mail notifications: You will only receive a paper copy of your 1095-A in the mail from Washington Healthplanfinder if you have signed up for mail notification through your account.

 

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More information on 1095-A Tax Form

 

1095-B 
Customers enrolled in free or low-cost Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) coverage for one or more months of the last tax year will receive an IRS tax form 1095-B from Washington State Health Care Authority. The form is not available in your Message Center on Washington Healthplanfinder. If you lost or did not receive your form, you can request your form online or call The Health Care Authority at 1-800-562-3022. 

Request Your 1095-B

More Information on 1095-B Tax Form

 

 

If I Received a 1095-A, What Forms Do I Need to Submit with My Tax Return?

Use your 1095-A to complete IRS Form 8962: Premium Tax Credit .

Download 8962 Tax Form


If you used tax credits to lower the cost of your monthly premium, or you’d like to claim your tax credit as a lump sum, you must file a federal tax return and attach Form 8962.

When you file your tax return, you must use IRS Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040NR. 

Notice: You can’t file with Form 1040EZ.

If you have questions, contact a tax professional, broker, your local library, or the IRS.

IMPORTANT! If you don’t file your taxes correctly and on time, you may not be eligible to get tax credits in future years.

 

 

What is IRS Form 8962 (Premium Tax Credit)?

You’ll use the information on your 1095-A to complete Form 8962 when you file your taxes. 

Download 8962 Tax Form

 

 

What if Information is Incorrect or Missing From My 1095-A?

The most common reasons a 1095-A needs to be updated include:

  • Incorrect coverage dates (start date, end date, number of months covered, etc.)
  • Incorrect tax credit amount

If you think there’s an error on your 1095-A, submit a correction request online.


Please note:

  • You don’t need to submit a correction request if your name or a household member’s name is spelled incorrectly, or if an incorrect physical address is listed on your 1095-A. This information can be updated when you file your tax return.
  • Any changes to your household size that you forgot to update can be updated using Form 8962.

 

 

What if Information is Incorrect or Missing From My 1095-B?

Contact the Health Care Authority’s Medical Assistance Customer Service Center to speak directly to a
customer service representative at: 1-800-562-3022.

 

 

Tax Preparation Resources  

Self-Service

The IRS provides free software and forms for individuals to complete and submit their federal income tax returns.

  • If your income was less than $64,000, you can use Free File, an online tax preparation software.
  • If your income was more than $64,000, you can use Free File Fillable Forms, electronic versions of the paper forms.

IRS Resources

Tax Preparation Help

If you’re looking for tax preparation help or you want to check the credentials of someone you’re working with, the IRS provides a tax professional directory.

 

 

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