I was unemployed for several months and had a low annual income, so I was enrolled in a healthcare program that subsidized part of my insurance premiums. Let's say the total monthly premium was $400/month, and I only had to pay $100/month (or $1200 total for 12 months). The government paid the remaining $300/month premium.
However, I was later employed and my income went above the maximum threshold that qualified me for the subsidy. Upon entering my 1095-A information under "Health Insurance," I discovered I had to pay it all back. Thus, I owed a total of $3,600 or ($300 x 12 months).
Back to the Deduction section, next to "Medical Insurance Premiums," do I enter the full premium amount of $4,800 ($400 x 12 months) or only the amount I paid in 2017 of $1,200 ($100 x 12 months)?
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