Due to tax law changes1, the IRS says you no longer need Form 1095-B to file your federal income taxes if you bought your health plan on our Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) website2 or got your BCBSIL health plan through your job.3
You won’t need this document for tax filing but can still choose to submit it. If you'd still like your Form 1095-B, here's what you need to do.
Getting Your Form 1095-B
You have 4 ways to ask for your BCBSIL Form 1095-B. How you make your request is up to you.
- Blue Access for MembersSM (BAMSM)
Sign up or log in to BAM, then visit My Account and select Forms and Documents to download your Form 1095-B.
Call the number on the back of your BCBSIL member ID card to ask for your Form 1095-B to be mailed to your address on file within 30 days. If you can’t find this number, you can also call 1-855-710-6984.
Print and fill out the 1095-B Request Form, then mail it to:
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois
c/o 1095-B Form Request
PO Box 660044
Dallas, TX 75266-0044
Once this form is received, your Form 1095-B will be mailed to your address on file within 30 days.
Fill out the 1095-B Request Form, then attach the completed form to an email message. Please send this email4 to Form1095B@bcbsil.com. Once this form is received, your Form 1095-B will be mailed to your address on file within 30 days.
If you have more questions about your Form 1095-B, call us using the number on the back of your member ID card or at 1-855-710-6984. If you have questions about your taxes, please call your tax advisor or visit the IRS website.
1 Contact your tax advisor for more information about the individual mandate.
2 If you bought your health plan on the Health Insurance Marketplace, you can visit the Marketplace website for Form 1095-A details.
3 Based on your health plan, your employer may have sent you Form 1095-C.
4 When sending personal information via email; there is a risk to the privacy and integrity of the information you provide due to the fact that the email may pass through private and public networks with varying levels of security.
The information and content provided on this page is for informational purposes only. It is not intended, nor should it be construed as, or relied upon, as legal or tax advice. Please consult with an attorney or tax advisor to address your particular circumstance.