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cazoo59
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I have two 1095 one for Jan-Feb and one for March-Dec. TurboTaxFree can’t compute; prompts me to enter data for Jan. and Feb. on 2nd form; won’t accept 0 or blanks.

And I can’t enter info for whole year on one form because each 1095 has a different marketplace identifier. Called Support and they could not figure it out. software glitch!

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I have two 1095 one for Jan-Feb and one for March-Dec. TurboTaxFree can’t compute; prompts me to enter data for Jan. and Feb. on 2nd form; won’t accept 0 or blanks.

Combine the forms and enter as though you had one form. 

cazoo59
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I have two 1095 one for Jan-Feb and one for March-Dec. TurboTaxFree can’t compute; prompts me to enter data for Jan. and Feb. on 2nd form; won’t accept 0 or blanks.

I would BUT each 1095 has a different marketplace Identifier Number and wonder if combining data onto one form and leaving out one of the marketplace identifying numbers would prompt an audit.

I have two 1095 one for Jan-Feb and one for March-Dec. TurboTaxFree can’t compute; prompts me to enter data for Jan. and Feb. on 2nd form; won’t accept 0 or blanks.

You should be fine if both forms have your social security number.  At worst, if the IRS were to be confused you would get a letter asking for clarification.
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