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Form 1095 A

Form 1095 A

Form 1095 A

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The Form 1095-A is a document that confirms that your employer withheld the necessary tax to meet its obligations to the government. You should receive a 1095-A form from the government after you've filed your federal tax return.

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Lea Uradu, J.D. is graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law, a Maryland State Registered Tax Preparer, State Certified Notary Public, Certified VITA Tax Preparer, IRS Annual Filing Season Program Participant, Tax Writer, and Founder of L.A.W. Tax Resolution Services. Lea has worked with hundreds of federal individual and expat tax clients. If you do not provide consent to receive an electronic copy by Jan. 5, 2022, the university will mail a hard copy to your current address on file by Jan. 31, 2022. Hard copies of Form 1095 will be mailed to individuals no longer employed at U-M by Jan. 31, 2022. Please check your address in Wolverine Access and change as needed to ensure hard copies are mailed to the correct location.

When completing your federal tax return, you must indicate whether you had qualifying health coverage for all of 2021 or qualified for a health coverage exemption. If not, you may owe a tax penalty called an individual shared responsibility payment. Part III of Form 1095-C (or Part IV of Form 1095-B) provides supporting documentation for this question. While you should not need to attach this form to your tax filing, please review it for accuracy. If you have already filed your return, please make sure the information you reported on your taxes as to which months you had health coverage matches the information provided in Part III of Form 1095-C or Part IV of Form 1095-B. If the information matches, you do not need to take any action. Retain the form for your records. (Source: hr.umich.edu)

 

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