I had coverage all year but changed plans during the year so I received two 1095a forms. I was able to enter the months I had coverage and leave the months I was covered by the other plan blank and get through that section but when I went to review my federal return it told me to check the calculations in my 1095a forms.
We then went back and finally found that somehow we'd gotten a blank "person" on the forms for the 1095A (sorry, forget the exact details as my wife made the discovery and correction). Eliminating that, and the form went through and we were able to e-file. Not sure if this is the only thing that triggers that specific error, but correcting it (which, of course, made no difference in the tax calculations) solved the problem for us.
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