You don't enter a Form 1095-B in your tax return. It doesn't affect your taxes. Just keep it with your tax records in case there is any question about whether you had health insurance.
Thank you for your answer, I had this question as well. However, with that said, somewhere in the interview process on Turbo Tax Home & Biz there were a couple of questions about Form 1095-B and as I didn't have my form yet I skipped it. Now, I have the form... so why did TT ask about it if we don't need to include it with our taxes? Weird?
Are you sure it wasn't asking about a 1099-B? You only enter a 1095A now. I have Home & Business program and it didn't ask me about a 1095B.
For 2019 it is now listed under Deductions instead of a separate tab.
To enter your Form 1095-A -
Federal Taxes (Personal using Home and Business)
Deductions and Credits
Scroll down to Medical
On Affordable Care Act (Form 1095-A), click the start or update button
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