Forms 1095-A, 1095-B and 1095-C- Who will get them, where will they come from and what you should do with them

For more information you can also visit the IRS's "Questions and Answers about Health Care" 
EE Memo 1095 Form 2016 02.04.2016_Page_1
EE Memo 1095 Form 2016 02.04.2016_Page_2

May 1st- May 31st serves as the Town of Longmeadow’s annual Open Enrollment Period for Employee and Non-Medicare Eligible Retiree benefits. Benefits include Health Insurance, Dental insurance, Life Insurance, Deferred Compensation, Accident, Disability, Cancer, and Flexible Spending Plans. The Open Enrollment Period allows employees and retirees to enroll, cancel and/or waive participation in any of the above-mentioned benefits (with exception to the Life Insurance where a medical examination may be required). Some restrictions may apply to retirees whom have had a lapse in health coverage with the Town. All Open Enrollment changes become effective on July 1st-  When enrolling in benefit plans including Medical, Dental, Flex Spending and Life Insurance, you are locked in for the plan year and must experience a Federal Qualifying Event in order to terminate benefits prior to Open Enrollment.

For Questions please call the Town Benefits Administrator at (413) 565-4128