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mike804
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ScheduleA line 2b

I fill out 1095A form showing amounts of monthly enrollment premiums. I am not getting any advance payments for tax credit

However I have been reimbursed for these medical expenses by my employer. How do I get line 2b on Schedule A worksheet to make adjustments and just list 0 for net of adjustments?

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MaryK1101
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ScheduleA line 2b

You could go to the question regarding Medical Insurance Payments and enter the 1095-A reimbursed amounts as a negative to effectively negate the deduction.

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MarilynG1
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ScheduleA line 2b

If you received a 1095-A, click this link for info on How to Enter your 1095-A .

 

You don't need to enter anything on Schedule A for Medical Expenses

 

Your employer may have added your reimbursed amounts to your W-2 wages.

 

 

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mike804
Level 2

ScheduleA line 2b

The Turbo tax program automatically added my information from 1095A to my schedule A. I have other medical expenses I want to add but I do not want my 1095A premiums included on schedule A. The program will not let me delete these expenses from schedule A as far as I know how.

mike804
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ScheduleA line 2b

Also, no my employer did not add these medical expenses to my W2.

MaryK1101
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ScheduleA line 2b

 

Are you itemizing deductions or are the total medical expenses more than 7.5% of your income?  If not, it will not make a difference.  @mike804

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mike804
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ScheduleA line 2b

Yes I am itemizing. I habe enough deductions to itemize that is why I need to remove these medical expenses that I fif not pay for.

JohnB5677
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ScheduleA line 2b

To eliminate or correct medical deductions go to:

  1. Deductions and Credits
  2. Scroll down to Medical
  3. Select Medical Expenses
  4. Make adjustment to the questions as appropriate
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mike804
Level 2

ScheduleA line 2b

I don't believe that is going to work. I should be able to go to the worksheet and remove these medical expenses but I cannot.

MaryK1101
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ScheduleA line 2b

You could go to the question regarding Medical Insurance Payments and enter the 1095-A reimbursed amounts as a negative to effectively negate the deduction.

@mike804

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