Because there was no requirement to have health insurance in 2019 (law changed), the question is longer asked.
You can review the health section by looking for Medical/ACA under Deductions and Credits.
The Trump Administration's 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (aka Tax Reform) eliminated the Affordable Care Act penalty in tax year 2019, so no, if you have form 1095-B and/or 1095-C health insurance.
If you have form 1095-A, yes, you'll need to visit the health insurance section of TurboTax to calculate your Premium Tax Credit.
To quickly get to the Heath Insurance section of TurboTax:
- Type health insurance in the search box and search.
- Click on the "Jump to health insurance" in the results box.
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