Understanding Form 1095Submitted by Desmond Wealth Management, Inc. on February 5th, 2016
Created by Gregory M. Desmond, CPA/PFS, CFP®
There are a lot of numbers and letters thrown around at tax time. You have probably come to know some of the most common, like W-2 and 1098. This year, one form and its number-letter combinations – will be talked about frequently. That is because nearly everyone will be required to have a version of Form 1095. Here are the basics.