Important Information Regarding Your 1095 Tax Form

Important Information Regarding Your 1095 Tax Form

When you file your federal income taxes this year, you may not need a 1095 form to report your health coverage. That’s because the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act removed the individual mandate tax penalty.

What Is a 1095-B Form?

Form 1095-B is a tax form that reports:

  • The type of health plan you have
  • The people covered by your plan
  • When you were covered during the last year
What Is Changing?

The 1095-B forms won’t be mailed to BCBSMT members automatically now. You can still get one if you ask for it.

You have 4 ways to ask for your BCBSMT Form 1095-B. How you make your request is up to you. Once received, your Form 1095-B will be mailed to your address on file within 30 days.

  1. Phone
    Call the number on the back of your BCBSMT member ID card to ask for your Form 1095-B. If you can’t find this number, you can also call 1-855-710-6984.

  2. Mail
    Print and fill out the 1095-B Request Form,   then mail it to:

    Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana
    C/o 1095-B Form Request
    PO Box 660044
    Dallas, TX 75266-0044

  3. Email
    Fill out the 1095-B Request Form  then attach it to an email. Send the email to

  4. Blue Access for MembersSM (BAMSM)
    Sign up or log in to BAM, then visit the Contact Us page to send a secure message.
What About the Other 1095 Forms?

Form 1095-A: Health Insurance Marketplace Statement

  • If you enrolled through The Marketplace may send you a 1095-A form. You can also log in to your Marketplace account to get a copy. If you have questions about the 1095-A form, please call the Marketplace at the number shown on your form. If you don’t receive a form from the Marketplace by mid-February, call 1-800-318-2596 (TTY: 1-855-889-4325).

Form 1095-C: Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage

  • If you enrolled in a plan with BCBSMT through your employer outside the Marketplace: We may mail you a 1095-B form, based on the plan your employer has with us. Or your employer may send you a 1095-C form.

Originally published 2/1/207; Revised 10/25/2018, 2021