Don’t Forget Form 1095-A

Take the IRS’s advice and don’t file your 2014 return before you receive Form 1095-A.

For folks who enrolled in a health plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace (the “exchange”) in 2014 wait until the exchange sends you this form, which should be any time now.  It will contain information needed to compute your premium tax credit and reconcile advance payments of the credit made on your behalf to your insurance provider with the actual amount of premium tax credit claimed on your return.