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0:29 2:30 How to Fill Out an 8962 Tax Form? - YouTube YouTube Start of suggested clip End of suggested clip Parts start by filling out your name and social security number proceed to part one to indicate yourMoreParts start by filling out your name and social security number proceed to part one to indicate your annual and monthly contribution amounts using your family size modified adjusted gross income.
You must file Form 8962 to compute and take the PTC on your tax return. Advance payment of the premium tax credit (APTC). APTC is a payment during the year to your insurance provider that pays for part or all of the premiums for a qualified health plan covering you or an individual in your tax family.
You can electronically file Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit (PTC), along with your federal income tax return. Filing electronically is the easiest way to file a complete and accurate tax return.
If you don't file Form 8962, the IRS will call this a failure to reconcile, and you could be prevented from applying for Marketplace premium tax credits in the future.
Form 8962 is available on the IRS website and is free to download.
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Form 8962 is used along with Form 1095-A to reconcile the difference between the amount of advanced premium tax credit you received and the amount of premium tax credit you're eligible to receive, which is based on your income for the year.
What information you'll need to fill out Form 8962 Part I: annual and monthly contributions based on family size, household income, and adjusted gross income. Part II: the APTC you've received and your monthly premium information. Part III: calculations of APTC payments. Part IV: policy amount allocation.
In general, it is very important to file your federal tax return with Form 8962 for any year you received an advanced premium tax credit. If you don't file Form 8962, the IRS will call this a failure to reconcile, and you could be prevented from applying for Marketplace premium tax credits in the future.
Purpose of Form As a result, you should complete Form 8962 only for health insurance coverage in a qualified health plan purchased through a Marketplace. This includes a qualified health plan purchased on HealthCare.gov or through a State Marketplace.
Later, when you file your tax return, the IRS will compare your actual income to the amount of premium tax credit you claimed in advance. If you underestimated your income and claimed too much premium tax credit, you might have to pay back some or all of the difference.

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