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wtstrongman11
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Is unitedhealthcare a qualified plan

I do have health insurance under UnitedHealthcare also known as HealthSelect, shouldn't that count as coverage?
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TeresaM
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Is unitedhealthcare a qualified plan

Turbo Tax will walk you through the questions for health insurance and at the bottom I have included a TurboTax FAQ about minimum coverage.

  • Click on the Federal Taxes tab and select Health Insurance
  • When asked if you had health insurance in 2016, select either all year or you will pick who and what months, and Continue.
  • When asked about being enrolled in any of these less common plans in 2016, select No, if you were covered through your work or state coverage that generates a 1095 B or C.  The 1095-B and the 1095-C do not need to be entered into your return.  They are for informational purposes.

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4263876

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TeresaM
Expert Alumni

Is unitedhealthcare a qualified plan

Turbo Tax will walk you through the questions for health insurance and at the bottom I have included a TurboTax FAQ about minimum coverage.

  • Click on the Federal Taxes tab and select Health Insurance
  • When asked if you had health insurance in 2016, select either all year or you will pick who and what months, and Continue.
  • When asked about being enrolled in any of these less common plans in 2016, select No, if you were covered through your work or state coverage that generates a 1095 B or C.  The 1095-B and the 1095-C do not need to be entered into your return.  They are for informational purposes.

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4263876
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