Tax forms for MNsure still remain backlogged
ST. PAUL -- Last week, MNsure CEO Allison O’Toole assured anxious customers that the health exchange would send out a “significant” batch of 1095-A tax forms by March 15, as it tried to clear a backlog of nearly 18,000.
The actual number of forms processed over the weekend: 555.
MNsure has processed around two-thirds of 43,674 forms it needs to send out. Its backlog has shrunk to 14,485, but that’s primarily because the health exchange now says it overestimated how many forms it needed to send by around 3,000.