If you did Not receive healthcare coverage from one of the state marketplace plans or from healthcare.gov you should have entered No when asked if you received healthcare from one of the Uncommon Plans shown in the Health Insurance section of the program. A Form 1095-B and Form 1095-C are not entered on a federal tax return.
- Click Federal Taxes
- Click on Health Insurance
A Form 1095-A would only be received if you received healthcare coverage through one of the state marketplace plans or from healthcare.gov
I do not have a 1095 a, I have a 1095c
A Form 1095-C is not entered on a tax return. Since you do not have a Form 1095-A there is no need to complete the 1095-A in the TurboTax program.
I have the same situation. I must have clicked yes, when I needed to click no. How do I go back in to change that because the 1059-A screen is the only thing preventing me from filing right now. Thank you!
You can try deleting the form:
- Under Tax Tools, choose Tools
- Choose Delete a Form
- Scroll through your return until you find Form 1095-A, click Delete to the right of the form
- Confirm that you wish to delete the form
Only the 1095-A needs to be entered on your return from insurance purchased through the marketplace. If you received a different 1095 form, such as one from employer benefits, you do not need to enter anything on your return. It is for your records only.
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It did not ask me a healthcare question except if I had a 1095-A. I just want to complete my return.
There is no question on the federal tax return to indicate that you had health insurance. That was removed from the tax code after 2017. If you have a 1095-B or 1095-C those are not entered on a tax return.
1095A form only applies if you had insurance through the marketplace. 1095 B and C are sent from other insurance sources are are not needed to enter. You can enter the amount you paid after taxes for your insurance under Medical Expenses. (Before-tax premiums are not deductible.)
Take these steps to delete the 1095-A entry that was entered by mistake
- Deductions and Credits
- Affordable Care Act (Form 1095-A
- Delete any entry that is there
- Go back to Medical
- Affordable Care Act (Form 1095-A)
- Click No I didn't receive Form 1095-A
Forms 1095-B and 1095-C are for information only. Save them with your 2020 tax records.