Consumers use 1095 forms to show whether they qualify for the Affordable Care Act premium tax credit and the ACA cost-sharing reduction subsidy, and to show whether they have to pay the ACA individual mandate penalty. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Internal Revenue Service says the 2018 health coverage notice delivery deadlines for employers and insurers will be about the same as the 2017 deadlines.

The IRS is once again giving insurers and self-insured employer health plans 30 extra days to get Form 1095-B and Form 1095-C coverage notices to the enrollees, former enrollees, and other people who are supposed to receive the forms.

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