Benefits Administration sends an annual email notice advising state employees that their digital copy of the 1095-C form is available to view in Edison. Benefits Administration only furnishes and distributes 1095-C forms for state employees who were offered health insurance during the previous year.
Higher education, local government and local education agencies are responsible for furnishing and distributing their own 1095-C forms to their employees by the published IRS deadline.
1095-C forms for state employees are placed in Edison by early March for the previous year.
Steps to view the 1095-C form in Edison:
- Nav Bar
- Self Service
- View Form 1095-C
If you are an employee of the state of Tennessee, you can find your W-2 form in Edison using the steps below. If you are NOT an employee of the state, you must contact your employer for your W-2, as it will not be in the Edison system.
If you are an employee of the state of Tennessee, please use the following steps to access your W-2:
- Nav Bar
- Self Service
- Payroll and Compensation
- View W-2/W-2c Forms
You can then select the year of the W-2 you wish to see using the drop down next to "Tax Year".
1099-SA/5498-SA/IRS Form 8889
There are three tax forms associated with health savings accounts:
- IRS form 1099-SA shows the amount of money you spent from your HSA during the tax year.
- IRS form 5498-SA shows the amount of money deposited into your HSA for the tax year.
- IRS form 8889 is the form you fill out and submit with your tax return.
The 1099-SA form is used to report distributions made from a health savings account. This form cannot be found in Edison. It is provided by the state’s HSA administrator only if you have distributions from your HSA in the previous calendar year, and you can find it on the HSA administrator’s website in the “Statements & Tax Docs” section after you sign in to your account. You can also find your 5498-SA notice on the HSA administrator’s website in the “Statements & Tax Docs” section.
Please use the information in your 1099-SA (if applicable and you had distributions from your HSA during the tax year) and your 5498-SA to fill out IRS tax form 8889. Form 8889 is the only one of these three forms that you need to submit with your taxes. You can find a blank copy of IRS tax form 8889 on the HSA administrator’s website