Last chance to consent for 1095 electronic delivery

December 23, 2022  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Your 1095 tax form, an important document used in federal tax returns, will be available through U-M’s self-service system in January.

The 1095 proves that you have health care coverage, as required by the Affordable Care Act. By law, U-M must provide an electronic or hard copy to you each year.

How do I get electronic delivery?

Your 1095 is available through U-M’s Wolverine Access system. If you give consent to receive this form electronically by Wednesday, Jan. 4, you’ll be able to view and print it for your tax purposes. Better yet – your consent continues from this year forward.

To consent, go to Wolverine Access > Benefits Self Service > Form 1095 Consent. You’ll still receive an email in January to let you know when and how to access your 1095.

Why electronic delivery?

Your consent for electronic delivery also:

  • Protects your confidential information; no risk of a hard copy being delivered to a past address or getting lost in the mail.
  • Allows you quick, convenient access – a few clicks and your 1095 is accessible
  • Helps advance the university’s sustainability goals

Update your address

If electronic delivery doesn’t appeal to you, you’ll receive a hard copy postmarked by Jan. 31. If you choose hard copy delivery, it’s important to ensure your address is current. 

Update your address through Wolverine Access by selecting Employee Self Service > Campus Personal Information > Addresses > Current Local. Review “Current Local” address and edit if needed.