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pcrimm2654
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I received form 1095-A where do I go to fill this out?

do you have where I need to go to fill this form out
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ddaven12
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I received form 1095-A where do I go to fill this out?

Here are the steps to report the Form 1095-A:

  • Sign into your Online account and select Take me to my return.
  • Select Federal in the left side bar.
  • Next select Health Insurance at the top of the screen.
  • The first question will ask Did you have Health insurance coverage in 2017? Select the appropriate box then continue.
  • The following question will ask Was anyone covered by any of these plans in 2017? select Yes then continue.
  • When asked What type of plan you were enrolled in? select Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare (1095-A) and follow the onscreen instructions to enter the form.

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ddaven12
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I received form 1095-A where do I go to fill this out?

Here are the steps to report the Form 1095-A:

  • Sign into your Online account and select Take me to my return.
  • Select Federal in the left side bar.
  • Next select Health Insurance at the top of the screen.
  • The first question will ask Did you have Health insurance coverage in 2017? Select the appropriate box then continue.
  • The following question will ask Was anyone covered by any of these plans in 2017? select Yes then continue.
  • When asked What type of plan you were enrolled in? select Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare (1095-A) and follow the onscreen instructions to enter the form.

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