1095- B Information
Any member of your household enrolled in Medicaid or KCHIP through kynect will receive his or her own Form 1095-B. If you file a tax return, you will be asked if you had health coverage. Form 1095-B is proof of the coverage you had with Medicaid. You should save Form 1095-B with your tax information. If you don’t file a tax return, just keep Form 1095-B for your records. You can view a
sample of the letter and form.
1095-B Quick Reference provides answers to your questions about health coverage and your taxes.
You also can find answers to your questions from your tax preparer, your accountant or the IRS. To reach the IRS help service, go
online or call the IRS toll free at 800-829-1040.
Kentuckians have access to nearly 200 free tax preparation sites across the state where trained and IRS-certified volunteers will help you with your taxes. For more information on Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, go
online or call
Community Action Kentucky toll free at (800) 456-3452.
Important Notice Regarding Non-Emergency Medical Transportation
Beginning July 1, 2017, Federated Transportation Services of the Bluegrass will provide brokerage services for all non-emergency medical transportation for Medicaid transportation eligible recipients living in Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Pendleton and Owen Counties. Persons eligible for transportation services and the covered trips by the non-emergency medical transportation program have not changed. Read the
Important Member Notice Regarding Non-Emergency Transportation