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kstufano5
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B column on 1095A has zeros. Alerted by system there can't be a 0 in the column and find out the second lowest cost for silver plan for taxes. Correct? AccessHealthCT

 
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B column on 1095A has zeros. Alerted by system there can't be a 0 in the column and find out the second lowest cost for silver plan for taxes. Correct? AccessHealthCT

Take the zero out and leave those spaces blank.

MinhT1
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B column on 1095A has zeros. Alerted by system there can't be a 0 in the column and find out the second lowest cost for silver plan for taxes. Correct? AccessHealthCT

If the SLCSP is missing or incorrect in column B - Part III of your form 1095-A, you should use this tax tool to find it and enter it on your tax return. Failure to do so will result in a wrong calculation of your premium tax credit.

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brfayard
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B column on 1095A has zeros. Alerted by system there can't be a 0 in the column and find out the second lowest cost for silver plan for taxes. Correct? AccessHealthCT

cant leave it blank doesn't work

TomK2023
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B column on 1095A has zeros. Alerted by system there can't be a 0 in the column and find out the second lowest cost for silver plan for taxes. Correct? AccessHealthCT

You must have Column B information entered for the required Form 8962 to generate.  Click on "click here" if Column B on your 1095-A reflects $0 on the Let's get the info from your 1095-A form page.  A pop-up window will provide further instructions.  See image below.

 

You can use the "Healthcare.gov/tax-tool"  or call your marketplace insurer to get the data for Column B that you need. Column C will accept zeros but not blanks.


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