Millions of Californians will receive Obamacare-related tax forms this year for the first time – if they haven’t already – including some 13 million who had Medi-Cal coverage in 2015.
These forms, called 1095s, will help you prove to the Tax Man that you had health insurance last year and don’t owe the Obamacare tax penalty for being uninsured.
Or, they might not.
Last year, tens of thousands of Californians received incorrect 1095s from Covered California and struggled with the agency’s resolution process. Covered California pledges to do better this year.
But already, some Medi-Cal and Covered California enrollees are discovering errors, and they will have to wait for fixes.
“I received forms from both Covered California and Medi-Cal that were both completely inaccurate,” says Aimee Roolvink, 44, of Glendora.
Today, I’ll explain who will receive the forms and what to do if they contain inaccuracies. Read more here