If you had a Marketplace plan without 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.
Get your Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace Statement
Make sure information on your 1095-A is right — and if not, call us
- Verify basic information about health plan and household members on Parts I and II of the form. See errors? Contact the Marketplace Call Center.
- If you paid full price for your health plan, Part III, column C should be blank or have the number "0."
If you paid full price and are sure you don't qualify for a premium tax credit
- You don’t have to fill out or include Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, when you file your federal taxes.
- Keep your Form 1095-A with your other tax records.
If you paid full price and want to see if you qualify for a premium tax credit based on your final 2017 income
Health care tax resources
Tax guides and tools
Tax forms and instructions
More than one coverage status?
If you were enrolled in a Marketplace plan without premium tax credits for only part of 2017, or other family members had different coverage, visit the relevant pages below.
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