Just in case you, or one of you employees is told to produce proof of coverage for your tax filing, here is the scoop from the IRS, in summary.
2015 marks the first time taxpayers will be asked about health care coverage when completing their 2014 tax return. Most taxpayers simply need to check a box indicating they had qualifying health care coverage for the entire year of 2014. The IRS does not require taxpayers to submit documentation of health coverage with their tax returns. However, if the taxpayer is one claiming an exemption from the requirement to have coverage, or a taxpayer who received a subsidy through the Marketplace, they will have to file a separate form.