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Who Need to File Form 1095 or 1094

  • Who Need to File Form 1095 and 1094
  • Form 1095 and 1094 General Information
  • ACA FAQs

  • Small Employers

    Generally, if you have fewer than 50 full-time employees or equivalents, you are a small employer.

    However, if you have fewer than 50 employees, but are a member of an ownership group with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees, you are subject to the rules for large employers.

    Your Health Plan You Need File Tax Forms Due Date
    N/A N/A N/A
    Health Insurance Company Plan N/A N/A
    Self-insured 1095-B and 1094-B
  • To Employee
  • 1/31 1095-B only
  • To IRS
  • 2/28 paper copy 1094-B & 1095-B
    or 3/31 efile 1094-B & 1095-B


    Regardless of size, all employers that provide self-insured health coverage to their employees must file an annual return reporting certain information for each employee they cover. Learn more at Information Reporting by Providers of Minimum Essential Coverage

    Large Employers

    Generally, an employer with 50 or more full-time employees or equivalents will be considered a large employer.

    Your Health Plan You Need to File Tax Forms Due Date
    N/A 1095-C & 1094-C
  • To Employee
  • 1/31 1095-C only

  • To IRS
  • 2/28 paper copy 1094-C & 1095-C
    or 3/31 efile 1094-C & 1095-C
    Health Insurance Company Plan 1095-C & 1094-C
    Self-insured 1095-C & 1094-C


  • Effective for calendar year 2015, you must file an annual return in 2016 reporting whether and what health insurance you offered your employees. This rule was optional for 2014. Learn more at Information Reporting by Applicable Large Employers

  • Effective for calendar year 2015, if you provide self-insured health coverage to your employees, you must file an annual return in 2016 reporting certain information for each employee you cover.This rule was optional for 2014. Learn more at Information Reporting by Providers of Minimum Essential Coverage

    Self-insured employers that are applicable large employers, and therefore are also subject to the information reporting requirements for offers of employer-sponsored health insurance coverage, must combine reporting under both provisions by filing a single information return, Form 1095-C, and transmittal, Form 1094-C.

    Related Links

  • 1. How to Print Form 1095-B and 1094-B

  • 2. How to Print Form 1095-C and 1094-C

  • 3. How to Import Data

  • 4. How to print forms in PDF format

  • 5. How to eFile ACA forms?

  • 6. Network printing (Multiple-user version)

  • 7. How to generate test scenarios EFiles?

  • 8. How to validate XML files before submitting to IRS?

  • 9. How to file 1095 and 1094 correction?

  • 10. How to efile 1095 and 1094 replacement?



  • Other Forms

  • How to print form W-2
  • How to efile form W-2

  • How to print form 1099
  • How to efile form 1099