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petticote
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I can't get past the "What type of plan were you enrolled in" section. I have a 1095-C form. I don't have the option to say "no" and bypass this question.

 
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RyanH2
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I can't get past the "What type of plan were you enrolled in" section. I have a 1095-C form. I don't have the option to say "no" and bypass this question.

Try using the steps below to enter your 1095-C.

To Enter Form 1095-C:

1. Go to the search bar in the top right and enter "1095-C"

2. Select "Jump to, 1095-C"

3. Proceed to answer the questions by following the directions below

4.
Answer "We All Had Health Insurance Coverage All Year" or "I'll pick who had it and in which months" (whichever applies)

5. Answer "No" to "Was anyone enrolled in a plan from HealthCare.gov or another Marketplace in 2016?" (Unless someone was, employer coverage is not a marketplace plan)

6. It should then say "That's all we need on your 2016 coverage"

At this point you may proceed to work on the remaining parts of your return, keeping your 1095-C for your personal records.

If you have a 1095-C, Employer Provided Health Coverage, the IRS does NOT need any details from this form. You can keep any 1095-C forms you get from your health insurance company or the government agency that sponsors your plan for your own records. Just go through and answer each question accurately.





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