Treasury Grants Reprieve For ACA Enrollees Who Received Erroneous Tax Forms

Reports that people who have already filed their taxes “using one of the erroneous health insurance forms sent by the federal government will not be required to file an amended return or owe additional taxes, the Treasury Department said Tuesday.”

The article notes that about 800,000 consumers who purchased health insurance on the Federal marketplace were notified last week that the 1095-A tax forms sent by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services “contained a mistake in the benchmark plan used to calculate how much tax they owe.” The CMS asked affected customers to wait to file their taxes until they get corrected forms, but the IRS estimated that about 50,000 people had already filed.


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