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petersieper
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This year, i paid almost $1000 for not having health insurance. ive completed and paid this tax, but where is this shown in my 2016 taxes? i want to show my employer

 
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Coleen3
Intuit Alumni

This year, i paid almost $1000 for not having health insurance. ive completed and paid this tax, but where is this shown in my 2016 taxes? i want to show my employer

Line 61 of your 1040 has the Individual Responsibilty penalty.

*There is no longer a penalty in 2019.

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Coleen3
Intuit Alumni

This year, i paid almost $1000 for not having health insurance. ive completed and paid this tax, but where is this shown in my 2016 taxes? i want to show my employer

Line 61 of your 1040 has the Individual Responsibilty penalty.

*There is no longer a penalty in 2019.

petersieper
New Member

This year, i paid almost $1000 for not having health insurance. ive completed and paid this tax, but where is this shown in my 2016 taxes? i want to show my employer

thank you, you made that easy, and let me in the right direction, but i think it possible be line 38.
Coleen3
Intuit Alumni

This year, i paid almost $1000 for not having health insurance. ive completed and paid this tax, but where is this shown in my 2016 taxes? i want to show my employer

It depends if you have a 1040 or a 1040A
petersieper
New Member

This year, i paid almost $1000 for not having health insurance. ive completed and paid this tax, but where is this shown in my 2016 taxes? i want to show my employer

oh thank you again for getting me in the right direction

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