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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 1094 B Excepted

Instructions and Help about Where Form 1094 B Excepted

This is a shorter condensed version of the last video I did regarding Obamacare, Covered California, and what had happened. They claimed in 2015 that I was using Covered California and they were paying for my medical expenses for the entire year. However, at that time, I had a job and my employer was paying for my insurance. When I filed my taxes using TurboTax, I received a refund of about $7,000. $2,000 was from the state and $5,000 was from the federal government. Initially, I received the $2,000 back right away through direct deposit. However, the $5,000 from the federal government never came. After waiting for my refund from the federal government, I received a notice in the mail stating that Covered Kaiser had filed form 1095-A with the IRS claiming that $4,723 had been paid by the government for me. This was confusing because I had a job throughout 2015 and my employer paid for my insurance. Four days later, I received form 1095-B, but only after I searched for it on Covered California's website. It took a year of fighting with the government and the IRS, sending emails and faxes, before they finally requested form 8960 be filled out to resolve the issue. Despite repeatedly explaining that I had insurance through my employer, they continued to send me notices demanding payment. Eventually, I sought help from a tax advocate at the beginning of 2016. It took another two and a half months before the tax advocate read my case and realized the mistake. It was discovered that 1.8 million people were affected by similar issues with their refunds. The IRS had been aware of the problem but failed to address it. Finally, my refund was released without any explanation or apology from the IRS. I received an email...