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cary-short
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TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to complete Health Insurance" and I can't complete my taxes.
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alexander
Level 2

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

I have the same problem
jm4279
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

Me too
Antart22
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

This worked  great!  Thanks.
lazobiz
Level 2

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

I had the same problem.  THANKS for your solution!  TurboTax should fix this glitch.
calexan
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

i have the same problem and the suggestion below will cause you to pay the incorrect taxes!  Don't uncheck that box.  Help Turbotax!
lazobiz
Level 2

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

Calexan -- you have to go back and check that box again after you go through the Health Insurance questions.
calexan
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

Here is the correct way to resolve the error.  Select the View - Forms at the top menu.  From there find the Healthcare Wks. When that form pops up read through it and find the yellow boxes not checked and properly check them.  save and then go back to View  -  Step by Step.  That should fix it for you.
bjele123
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

I tried the suggestion from Calexan, but that did not work for me. This is a really stupid error  on Intuit's part. Using the hack from Jodyinsd allowed me to answer 2 questions and get out of the loop. After 20 years of using Turbotax, this is the first time that something this stupid and trivial is still not patched by the updates as of early March.
mrmjg45
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

I agree with bjele123. same exact experiences. intuit should have fixed or never had issue in the first place
jodyinsd
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TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

Figured it out!!  Go back to Personal Info section and uncheck the box stating that they can be claimed on another persons tax return. Then go to health insurance tab and answer the questions, press continue/next. Then run error check and you should be out of loop now. Now go back to Personal Info and correct the claim dependent infirmation back. Run Smart check snit should all be fixed. 

FiveK
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

Thanks jodyinsd.  Intuit should still fix the problem so this runaround isn't needed.
jodyinsd1
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

You are welcome.  When I first ran into this problem, I called Intuit and was on the line with someone for about 45 minutes with no resolution.  They said I needed to talk to their tax advice people and the wait was going to be 36 minutes on hold.  I said "no thank you" and told them that this is a software issue, not a "tax advice" issue.  Hopefully, they will see this and get it fixed.  But, in the meantime, we have to be smarter than the software!  HA!
jrtree03
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

So glad you documented this problem and a work-around.   We encountered the same endless loop, which I agree is NOT a "tax advice" issue.   The software should allow you the opportunity to answer the question about health care coverage, not endlessly lock in it's own assumption.
jm4279
New Member

TurboTax Del says "Looks like you're not quite finished with Health Insurance" at review, but when I go back it says "Since someone can claim you, you don't have to compl

You and we should get refunds since I was working on this for hours as well looking for a solution.  This should be fixed by Turbo Tax.  This software is supposed to be easy. Not hard to use

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