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Crystal-G-
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I got a letter from the IRS saying that the amounts I submitted on my Form 8962 don't match what they have. I sent them a copy of my 1095-A. Is that all I should do?

I filled out a 8962 with my original return.  When I got the letter, I double-checked the calculations on the 8962, and it looks like it was correct, so I'm not sure what "mismatching" information the IRS could have.  The letter asked that I send in a copy of my 1095-A or corrected 8962, but it looks like it was correct to me.

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MiriamF
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I got a letter from the IRS saying that the amounts I submitted on my Form 8962 don't match what they have. I sent them a copy of my 1095-A. Is that all I should do?

You sent the IRS what they asked for, so you should be okay.

If there is any chance that there might be a second 1095-A, you might try to find it. Otherwise, the ball is back in the IRS court.

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MiriamF
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I got a letter from the IRS saying that the amounts I submitted on my Form 8962 don't match what they have. I sent them a copy of my 1095-A. Is that all I should do?

You sent the IRS what they asked for, so you should be okay.

If there is any chance that there might be a second 1095-A, you might try to find it. Otherwise, the ball is back in the IRS court.

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