Form 1095-C

Ohio State provides you with a tax form, called a 1095-C, as part of our reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The 1095-C contains important information about medical coverage offered to you and your dependents by Ohio State. (View a blank Form 1095-C)

You can choose to receive the form online or by mail. Receiving your Form 1095-C online instead of by mail is:

  • Faster
  • More secure
  • Available anytime via an internet connection
  • More environmentally sustainable

Equifax is Ohio State’s selected vendor to provide 1095-C forms. In order to receive an electronic copy of your 1095-C instead of a paper copy, employees can consent through the Equifax website, Tax Form Management. See the Form 1095-C Delivery Information section below for instructions on receiving an electronic copy.

Your 1095-C for the previous tax year will be available by the end of January. If you provided consent, Equifax will email you when your form is available. If no consent is provided, your form will be mailed to the home address on file in Workday.

Contact a tax advisor for questions about how the tax form may impact you or visit irs.gov or healthcare.gov.

Who Gets a 1095-C?

A Form 1095-C is provided to employees and retirees who were:

  • Enrolled in medical coverage through The Ohio State University Faculty and Staff Health Plans at any point the preceding year, or
  • Considered full-time employees and eligible for The Ohio State University Faculty and Staff Health Plans at any point during the tax year (even if those employees declined to participate in the medical coverage).

Form 1095-C Delivery Information