IRS Form 14950 "Premium Tax Credit Verification"

What Is IRS Form 14950?

This is a tax form that was released by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - a subdivision of the U.S. Department of the Treasury on December 1, 2015. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the IRS.

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14950
Department of the Treasury – Internal Revenue Service
Form
Premium Tax Credit Verification
(December 2015)
Name of Taxpayer
Taxpayer Identification Number
Tax Period Ending
We need to verify if you are eligible to claim the Premium Tax Credit (PTC) shown on your return. To show that you are
eligible for the PTC, you will need to send all of the applicable documents from the list below. If you did not retain the
necessary records, we suggest you contact the health insurance marketplace, insurance providers, plan administrators,
and/or financial institutions for the information.
Important: You must have purchased health insurance coverage through a Health Insurance Marketplace (also known
as an Exchange). This includes a health plan purchased on healthcare.gov or through a State Marketplace. If you did
not purchase health insurance from a Health Insurance Marketplace, you are not eligible for the Premium Tax Credit.
What You Should Send Us
• Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, you must file Form 8962 if advance payments of the premium tax credit were paid
on your behalf or you are claiming the premium tax credit. If you didn’t include Form 8962 with your tax return, send
us a completed copy.
• If you included Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, with your tax return, review it for accuracy. If you determine Form
8962 was not completed accurately, send us an updated copy.
• Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace Statement. If you didn’t receive Form 1095-A or you think it is incorrect,
we suggest you contact the Health Insurance Marketplace to obtain a new or corrected copy.
• Form 1095-B, Health Coverage, if the form was issued by your insurance provider.
• Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, if the form was issued by your employer.
• Records showing the names of the individuals for whom you are claiming for the Premium Tax Credit for their
Marketplace coverage. These records can include copies of insurance enrollment forms, invoices, or statements from
your insurance providers.
• Information to support the entries made in Part 4 of Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, regarding your shared policy
allocation. This information includes:
(1) Allocated Policy Number
(2) Allocation SSN
(3) Allocation Percentages
(4) Allocation Start/Stop months
• Information to support the entries made in Part 5 of Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, regarding the Alternative
Calculation for Year of Marriage. This information includes:
(1) Alternative Family Size
(2) Alternative Start/Stop months
(3) Your date of marriage
• Proof that you paid health insurance premiums. Acceptable documentation includes copies of both sides of cancelled
checks, paid receipts, certificates of group health plan coverage, credit card statements, or bank records showing
direct debit of the payments.
14950
Catalog Number 65540P
www.irs.gov
Form
(Rev. 12-2015)
14950
Department of the Treasury – Internal Revenue Service
Form
Premium Tax Credit Verification
(December 2015)
Name of Taxpayer
Taxpayer Identification Number
Tax Period Ending
We need to verify if you are eligible to claim the Premium Tax Credit (PTC) shown on your return. To show that you are
eligible for the PTC, you will need to send all of the applicable documents from the list below. If you did not retain the
necessary records, we suggest you contact the health insurance marketplace, insurance providers, plan administrators,
and/or financial institutions for the information.
Important: You must have purchased health insurance coverage through a Health Insurance Marketplace (also known
as an Exchange). This includes a health plan purchased on healthcare.gov or through a State Marketplace. If you did
not purchase health insurance from a Health Insurance Marketplace, you are not eligible for the Premium Tax Credit.
What You Should Send Us
• Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, you must file Form 8962 if advance payments of the premium tax credit were paid
on your behalf or you are claiming the premium tax credit. If you didn’t include Form 8962 with your tax return, send
us a completed copy.
• If you included Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, with your tax return, review it for accuracy. If you determine Form
8962 was not completed accurately, send us an updated copy.
• Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace Statement. If you didn’t receive Form 1095-A or you think it is incorrect,
we suggest you contact the Health Insurance Marketplace to obtain a new or corrected copy.
• Form 1095-B, Health Coverage, if the form was issued by your insurance provider.
• Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, if the form was issued by your employer.
• Records showing the names of the individuals for whom you are claiming for the Premium Tax Credit for their
Marketplace coverage. These records can include copies of insurance enrollment forms, invoices, or statements from
your insurance providers.
• Information to support the entries made in Part 4 of Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, regarding your shared policy
allocation. This information includes:
(1) Allocated Policy Number
(2) Allocation SSN
(3) Allocation Percentages
(4) Allocation Start/Stop months
• Information to support the entries made in Part 5 of Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, regarding the Alternative
Calculation for Year of Marriage. This information includes:
(1) Alternative Family Size
(2) Alternative Start/Stop months
(3) Your date of marriage
• Proof that you paid health insurance premiums. Acceptable documentation includes copies of both sides of cancelled
checks, paid receipts, certificates of group health plan coverage, credit card statements, or bank records showing
direct debit of the payments.
14950
Catalog Number 65540P
www.irs.gov
Form
(Rev. 12-2015)