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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 1094 B Misc

Instructions and Help about Which Form 1094 B Misc

You tell you about something you should be concerned about, and I learned this because Covered California, aka Obamacare, and Covered California basically screwed me big-time. They held on to close to six thousand dollars of my money for a whole year through the IRS. Let me tell you what they did, and you need to be aware of this when you're filing taxes. The key numbers are 10 95 - 8. That's what you do, basically. What the government does is it summarizes the healthcare provider's payments, such as Kaiser, in the 1095-B form. When you receive this form, you fill out the 8960 form and you will be taxed on that income. So, you also receive a form called 1095-B from your employer. If you had any insurance related to Covered California through Kaiser or any other provider, you should also be looking for 1095-A. What happened to me was they filed Kaiser with the IRS, stating that I was covered by Covered California through Kaiser for all of 2015, when I actually had a job and insurance with Blue Shield Blue Cross. So, when I did my taxes in 2016, they held on to it for two months. I got the state refund back, but I had to fight for almost a year and ended up contacting a tax advocate. I called them multiple times, faxed them hundreds of pages of documents, and fought to prove that I had insurance from my employer, not from Covered California. They kept saying they needed the 8960 form to be filled out. So, if you have had anything to do with Covered California, be sure to watch out for the 1095-A and don't file your taxes unless you receive that form and fill out the 8960 form. If you only...