Form 1094-B is the transmittal form that accompanies Form 1095-B when filing with the IRS each year. Together, Forms 1094-B and 1095-B are used to report the type of coverage offered by health care providers to individuals and verify an individual and any dependents that received at least minimum qualifying health insurance coverage from the provider during the calendar year.
Due to Recipient
Paper File 1095-B to IRS
E-File 1095-B to IRS
Providers that fail to comply with the filing requirements may be subject to penalties. The penalty for failure to file information returns is $250 for each missing return, with a maximum penalty of $3 million. Special rules apply that increase the total penalties if there is an intentional disregard of filing requirements.