NJ Shared Responsibility Requirement - Reporting Update -
(Posted on 12/10/21)
The State of NJ has updated their website to include requirements and filing deadlines for next year.

Employers, insurers and other coverage providers must do the below for the 2021 tax year:

• By March 31, 2022, transmit 1095 health coverage forms to the New Jersey Division of Taxation. By March 2, 2022, provide a 1095 form for each primary enrollee who was a New Jersey resident and to whom the filer provided minimum essential coverage in all or part of 2021. This applies to both part-year and full-year New Jersey residents. A part-year resident is a primary enrollee who was domiciled in New Jersey for at least 15 days in any month.

• Ensure that New Jersey receives the appropriate NJ-1095, 1095-B or 1095-C forms. The State currently expects to accept NJ-1095 forms, fully completed federal 1095-A, 1095-B and 1095-C forms, and/or 1095-C forms with parts I and III completed.

As a reminder, there is no paper filing option available. If your employer is responsible for submitting this information, there are two different ways that they can submit. Please refer to the link below for all details.