2017 taxes & the Health Insurance Marketplace®

How health coverage affects your 2017 federal income tax return

Notice:

Important:

These pages provide information for completing your 2017 taxes

  • If you still haven't filed your 2017 taxes, or filed but failed to "reconcile" your premium tax credit, use the information on these pages. Some links may point to IRS information about 2017 taxes, so read any IRS pages you land on carefully.
  • If you need information on 2018 taxes, which are due in April 2019, start on this 2018 tax page.

You should’ve already filed your 2017 taxes, but if you haven’t, you should do so immediately. When you file your taxes for the 2017 tax filing year:

  • You’ll provide additional information when you file your 2017 federal income tax return.
  • You may have to complete one or two new tax forms.
  • You may have to use a tax tool to find 2017 Bronze or Silver premiums to complete your tax return.
  • If you didn’t have 2017 health coverage, you may have to get a health coverage exemption or pay a fee with your tax return.

Your 2017 health coverage status

If you haven’t filed 2017 taxes, find the scenario that best applied to your health status in 2017 to get your next steps: