There's a new forum in town, and its name is 1095-c Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer of Coverage. Sure, it's not the catchiest of monikers, but you should get to know it as it's going to be a standard part of your IRS reporting routine if you were a full-time employee at a company with more than 50 full-time employees. Much like how you were provided a W-2 to report your earnings, you will now be provided a Form 1095-c to report the healthcare coverage offered to you by your employer. Depending on your employer and your preferences, you will either receive it in the mail or electronically. If you choose to receive the form electronically, you'll save a tree as well as save your employer a lot of hassle. The Form 1095-c is made up of three parts: employee and employer information, the coverage that was offered to you, and covered individuals. Note that the Form 1095-c only includes the coverage you were offered, not necessarily the coverage you signed up for. The specifics will be included in Part 3 of the Form 1095-c or on Form 1095-b, which will be sent to you by your insurance provider depending upon whether your employer is self-insured or fully insured. So, if you are a full-time employee at a company with more than 50 full-time employees, keep a lookout for the Form 1095-c and keep it on hand for your IRS filing.