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Good Morning Shannon, I'm a UT user too. I have been printing to file cabinet the 8692 to document the repayment amount that was not repaid. Then simply deleting the health care input screen since, the IRS guidance is to not file an 8692 when there ...
We manually edited the field on Schedule 1 to what was actually paid out of pocket (the $8,000 in your case).
I am curious of how others are reporting self-employed health insurance deduction on Schedule 1 when there is normally a repayment of PTC BUT there is no repayment in 2020 due to ARPA. I have a client who had total insurance premiums of $14,000 with ...
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