Been a resident in GA for a year. Last year I had health insurance from health exchange from CA, for part year and the rest in GA, which1095A should I submit, GA or both?
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Been a resident in GA for a year. Last year I had health insurance from health exchange from CA, for part year and the rest in GA, which1095A should I submit, GA or both?

I moved from CA, to GA around the start of last year. On my 1095A it says that my insurance started in June. my CA, insurance ended around April so which 1095A do I need to submit?
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Been a resident in GA for a year. Last year I had health insurance from health exchange from CA, for part year and the rest in GA, which1095A should I submit, GA or both?

You need to submit both 1095-A forms to account for your health insurance for the entire year.

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