If you had a Marketplace plan with premium tax credits
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- You should get your 1095-A form by mail no later than mid-February. (It may be available in your HealthCare.gov account as soon as mid-January.) Once you have it, follow the steps below.
- You must file a federal tax return for 2017 — even if you usually don't file or your income is below the level requiring you to.
Find your Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace Statement
Make sure your 1095-A is correct — and if not, call us
Fill out Form 8962 to "reconcile"
- Use the information from your 1095-A to fill out Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit.
- Use Form 8962 to “reconcile” your premium tax credit —compare the amount you used in 2017 to lower your monthly insurance payment with the actual premium tax credit you qualify for based on your final 2017 income. Any difference will affect your refund or tax owed.
- See a step-by-step guide to reconciling your premium tax credit.
Attach Form 8962 when you file your federal income tax return
- But do not attach your 1095-A to your return. Keep it with your other tax documents.
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More than one coverage status?
If you were enrolled in a Marketplace plan with premium tax credits for only part of 2017, or other family members had different coverage, visit the relevant pages below.
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