I'm getting frustrated finding so many answers that are *this close* to being what I need, then I run up against something new and exciting. OK -- the situation is as follows:
I was covered by standard employer-provided insurance for 1/2017 and 12/2017.
The remaining months, I was covered under CareSource Marketplace insurance.
- My wife and younger son were covered those 10 months.
- My older son -- a non-dependent -- was *supposed* to be covered all 10 months, but there were, apparently, issues inasmuch as he was not covered the first two months. He was subsequently added and covered. However, obviously, since he wasn't originally on there (despite our attempted signing him up as a non-dependent and his not being included for whatever reason), he did not receive his own 1095-A.
- I paid 100% of the premiums. *no one* else paid any amount.
- Using Healthcare.gov, obviously a non-dependent living outside of the house does not fit into the requirements for a household dependent. So, he wasn't taken into consideration, at all, on their 8692 SLCSP results.
- As far as I know, I didn't pay any form of advance payment (1095-A -- 33C) and, since TurboTax won't let me put zeros, for those values, I'm assuming, then, that I need some form of guidance, here.
I keep thinking that it shouldn't be this hard, but I also keep finding that for every "must have" data entry, I either don't have one or the value I have is invalid.
I'm of two minds with my question. One is simply throwing my hands up and calling to the heavens, "what the heck do I need to do here?"
The more reasonable question is
With the data provided, what do I need to do to ensure that the non-dependent son doesn't owe for any premium anything while also satisfying the number breakdowns required to me file. Additionally, I suppose, would be how this would, then, be handled on his 1040, or whether it would then fit neatly into one of the other FAQs I found.
Any information would be greatly appreciated, and thank you, in advance, for any and all advice.
There's a lot going on here, so I hope that this information will help you.