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Navistrad
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I want to claim 0% on the 8962 form from the 1095 of the allocation of percentages for the shared policy.

I am on my parents 1095-a form but was only on there for 9 months. I want to claim 0% the shared policy but when I do, it doesn't autofill the rest of the information on the 8962 form unless I put an actual percentage. Do I have to manually fill it out and do the calculation? Is there a way to have my 8962 auto-fill with the rest of my tax information?

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JohnW222
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I want to claim 0% on the 8962 form from the 1095 of the allocation of percentages for the shared policy.

Since you're trying to allocate, auto-filling all of the information related to Form 8962 isn't possible.

However, please see the TurboTax Help article I'm on my parents' 1095-A form. What do I do on my return? for guidance.

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Navistrad
Level 1

I want to claim 0% on the 8962 form from the 1095 of the allocation of percentages for the shared policy.

@JohnW222 Is it only not possible if you put in 0%? When doing it online, if I put in percentages above 0, it will autofill my 8962 form calculation based on my parents 1095-a and 1040 I entered. I followed the steps provided by turbotax and your link prior to making the original post. Will I just have to manually input 0 for lines 11 - 26?

ColeenD3
Expert Alumni

I want to claim 0% on the 8962 form from the 1095 of the allocation of percentages for the shared policy.

Sometime when the program won't take a specific entry, there are some things you can do. Exit the return, clear cache and cookies, and restart your computer. Try to delete the form and redo it.

 

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