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raegl6
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I have a 1095B not a 1095A but Turbotax insists that I need to add a 1095A or else I can't e-file and instead I'll have to print and mail my federal return (and be late).

I was covered for most of the year, but recently found out from my health coverage that I wasn't covered for the last 4 months of the year. Turbotax says I don't need to enter the info from my 1095B, but won't let me e-file without adding info from the 1095A I don't have. What should I do so I can e-file tonight before midnight PDT?

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TeresaM
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I have a 1095B not a 1095A but Turbotax insists that I need to add a 1095A or else I can't e-file and instead I'll have to print and mail my federal return (and be late).

If it is stuck in a loop asking for a 1095-A and will not show you the screen to answer No, try going to the 1st screen and select something different than your first answer.  For instance, if you answered all year, try pick who and what months.  This should reset the questions, so you can select No on the less common plans screen, as a Yes there will require 1095-A entry.  Then you can return to the beginning and select the correct option, as it will have you out of the loop.


If that does not resolve the error, here are the directions to delete the health forms from your return in the online versions of TurboTax.  This will delete the form and the entries.  To delete a Form go the far left, in the black vertical menu

·         Click on Tax Tools

·         Click on Tools

·         Under Other helpful links, click on Delete a form

·         Scroll down to form 8962 and click on Delete

·         Click on the blue Delete Selected Form

·         At bottom Continue

·         Then the same for Healthcare Entry Sheet

·         At bottom Continue with my Return




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