ACA 1095 Filing 

1094 & 1095 forms, envelopes and software.

  • ComplyRight® forms, IRS forms & more
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  • Easy, affordable 1095 software

ACA-compliant 1095 filing to report on Healthcare Insurance status for employees. Employers with 50+ employees are required to file these forms.

Look below for more information on available forms and filing requirements.

1095B & 1095C Forms for ACA Health Insurance Reporting to IRS -

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1095 Forms Available and Important Changes for 2021


Only the official IRS landscape format can be submitted when reporting to the IRS.


Employers file with the IRS in landscape format only. The employer must keep a file copy and provide the recipient a copy for their records.


Employers provide the employee (recipient) with a copy for using to file their tax returns. They can use the official IRS version (with continuation page), or the approved Portrait format (ComplyRight version).

The official IRS version DOES NOT have a compatible envelope. The portrait format (ComplyRight format) is available in pre-printed or blank formats designed to be mailed in envelope DWMR.

We recommend you verify which format your software prints with before ordering.


Form 1095-C (IRS Landscape format) is now two pages. Part III, for self-insured coverage that lists the employee and dependents who were enrolled in coverage has moved to Page 3 (instructions are to Page 2).

This is a major change requiring employers to purchase an additional form (1095CIRSC50) to maintain compliance.

ACA 1095 Form Changes for 2021 -
  • 1095 Pressure Seal Forms, Blank -

    Blank Pressure Seal for 1095-C or B Forms – EZ Fold

  • Blank 1095 Form Paper with instructions on the back -

    1095 Blank Paper with Instructions

  • 1095-C Pressure Seal Forms for ACA Reporting - Discount Tax Forms

    Pressure Seal 1095-C Form – EZ Fold

  • 1095-C Form Official IRS 2021 Format -

    1095-C Form Official IRS Copy

  • 1095 Envelopes for Other Software - Discount Tax Forms

    1095 Envelopes for Half-Page & Full-Sheet Forms

  • 1095-C ACA Form Employee-Employer, Compatible with ComplyRight Software -

    1095-C Forms – Employee / Employer

  • 1095C Form for Dependents, Official IRS Form for 1095 ACA Reporting of Dependent Coverage -

    1095-C Dependent Continuation Forms – Official IRS Version

  • Pressure Seal 1095B Forms for ACA Reporting -

    Pressure Seal 1095-B Form – EZ Fold

  • 1094C Transmittal Form for 1095C ACA Form Filing with the IRS -

    1094-C Form – Transmittal

  • Form 1095B for ACA Healthcare Insurance Reporting to the IRS -

    1095-B Forms – IRS

  • Form 1095B Continuation for ACA Reporting, Compatible with ComplyRight Software -

    1095-B Forms – ComplyRight Version

  • 1094B Form for Transmittal of 1095B ACA Forms to the IRS -

    1094-B Form – Transmittal

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    1095 Software for ACA Health Insurance Reporting

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    1099, W2, 1095 Software with 200 E-Files

  • Form 1095B Continuation of 1095C, Official IRS Format -

    1095-B Continuation Forms

  • Form 1095 Continuation for ACA Healthcare Insurance Reporting with ComplyRight Software -

    1095-C Continuation Forms for ComplyRight Software

1095 Filing Requirements

These forms are required as of January 2016, to report on employee health care coverage during a tax year. This is part of the Employer Shared Responsibility Rule of the Affordable Care Act.

Medium-to-large size businesses will need to file these forms!!

Who needs to file 1095 forms:

  • Employers with 50 or more full-time employees (or full-time equivalent)
  • Self-insured employers with fewer than 50 employees (a very small number of businesses)
  • Health insurance companies
  • Businesses can file these forms themselves, or outsource to a payroll company, just like W-2 forms.

Forms 1095-B and 1095-C are used to report to the IRS, and include the following information:

  • Enrolled employees and former employees
  • Details of employees’ health insurance coverage
  • Verification that the minimum essential coverage (MEC) requirement has been met.

Employees and their dependents will use this information to complete their personal tax returns – and those who do not have minimum essential coverage may receive a penalty on their tax returns.

1095-C is for applicable large employers

1095-B is for self-insured employers and health insurance companies

1094-C and 1094-B are the summary transmittal forms

You Need 1 Copy for the Employee and 1 Copy for the Employer Files, just like W-2 forms.
Order 2 Forms for each employee unless you are e-filing with the IRS.


What's Reported

Who Issues

Submit to IRS?

Recipient Copies?

Health Coverage

Which months the insured and their family was covered under the plan.

Insurance Carrier, for businesses with employer-sponsored group health insurance plans.

Insurance Carrier Submits:

Feb. 28 paper;
Mar. 31 e-file

Yes, by Jan. 31
Insurance carrier sends to recipients.

Health Coverage

Which months the insured and their family was covered under the plan.

Self-Insured Employers, with fewer than 50 full-time employees, that provides health insurance plans.

Feb. 28 paper;
Mar. 31 e-file

Yes, by Jan. 31

1094-B Transmittal of Health Coverage

Summary transmittal record of
1095-B forms

Accompanies 1095-B forms when mailed to the IRS.

Feb. 28 paper;
Mar. 31 e-file


Employer-Provided Insurance Offer and Coverage

Whether or not the employer offered health insurance coverage to employees.

Employers with 50 or More Full-Time Employees (applicable large employers). Both insured and self-insured issue 1095-C

Feb. 28 paper;
Mar. 31 e-file

Yes, by Jan. 31

Transmittal of Employer-Provided Insurance Offer and Coverage

Summary transmittal record of
1095-C forms

Accompanies 1095-C forms when mailed to the IRS.

Feb. 28 paper;
Mar. 31 e-file