Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, for 2015: Due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) regulations, our company is now required to also provide employees, if applicable, with a 2015 Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage. Form 1095-C would be applicable to you if:
If a Form 1095-C is issued to you for 2015, it will be enclosed with your W2 statement and mailed together in the same envelope.
You will need Form 1095-C along with your W2 statement in order to complete your 2015 tax return filing, therefore please do not discard the new form.
Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, is used to report information about offers of health coverage and enrollment in health coverage. For more information, please refer to the FAQ appendix and page 2 of the Form 1095-C, below is link to the IRS form.
Request for Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN): If you are looking to obtain our company's Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN), please be aware that the IRS prohibits the filing of electronic returns without a W2. Therefore our company will not be able to provide FEIN information prior to the distribution of W2s and 1095-Cs (if applicable). We ask that you wait until you receive your W2 in the mail, which will be mailed on January 28, 2016.
Wrong Addresses: If you have not received your W2 or 1095-C statement due to an incorrect or changed mailing address, please contact the branch in which you were registered. The branch will provide you with a W2/1095-C Request Form and they will then update your information in their database.
Undeliverable W2s and 1095-Cs will be returned to the branch in which you, the employee, were registered with or to the branch where your check was last distributed. Please follow up with that branch to determine if your W2 statement has been returned to them before completing a W2/1095-C Request Form.
Request for Duplicate W2 or 1095-C Statements can be made by completing a W2/1095-C Request Form (available at any AppleOne branch and on our AppleOne website as an Acrobat PDF or Word Document.) Please allow 10-15 business days for your written request to be processed. Requests should be forwarded directly to our Corporate Headquarters, attn: W2 Request Department - P.O. Box 29048 Glendale, CA. 91209. Due to the volume of requests being received at this time, as well as to protect the confidentiality of this information, for your own protection, we regret to announce that we cannot accept requests for duplicate W2 and 1095-C Statements via fax, phone or e-mail. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please know that incomplete information can and will cause your requests to be delayed. Should you need it, a free version of Adobe's Acrobat reader software is available.
Incorrect Social Security Numbers will require a corrected W2 (W2-C) and 1095-C to be issued. If you have received a W2 and 1095-C with an incorrect social security number, we ask that you provide a copy of your W2s and 1095-C along with a copy of your social security card directly to the branch you were registered with. Your branch will have to work directly with corporate to merge the earnings to the correct social security number and issue a corrected W2 and 1095-C Statement. PLEASE DO NOT CALL OUR CORPORATE OFFICE DIRECTLY.
Employees who have worked for more than one of our divisions (AppleOne, Apple Industrial, or Act-1) or as a temporary and staff employee will receive separate W2s and 1095-Cs (if applicable).
Employees who only worked for one division, but more than one office and more than one state as a temporary employee will receive only one W2 and one 1095-C (if applicable).
Employees who have worked as a temporary and staff employee will receive two separate W2s, but one 1095-C (if applicable).
In order to determine whether or not separate W2s and 1095-Cs (if applicable) were issued please note the following:
W2 Information Line: Please feel free to contact our W2 information line @ 800-872-2677 ext. 992292.
Need more information? Please review our W2 and 1095-C Frequently Asked Questions