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On my Form 1095-A, how do I know my “Monthly Premium Amount of Second Lowest Cost Silver Plan”?

The Second Lowest Cost Silver Plan is the premium for the second least expensive silver plan available to you and your covered household members based on their ages and home addresses. Also known as your benchmark cost, this number is used to estimate how expensive it is for you to …

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What information is provided on Form 1095-A?

Form 1095-A has three parts: Part I provides basic information about you and your family, and your health insurance start and end dates. Part II provides information about each member of your “coverage household” – those members of your family also covered under the same policy. Part III provides information …

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What should I do with my Form 1095-A?

You should keep your Form 1095-A with all your tax records so you can use it when you prepare your return – just like you do with your W-2. When you’re ready to file your taxes, you or your tax preparer should use the information on the Form 1095-A to …

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Why do I need Form 1095-A?

Just like you use your W-2 when you fill out your tax return, you will use the information on Form 1095-A to complete your tax return. The information in your Form 1095-A will be used to fill out Form 8962 (PDF) to calculate how much tax credit you are eligible …

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When and where will I receive my Form 1095-A?

Maryland Health Connection will mail Form 1095-A by Jan. 31 to the mailing address on file of any individual or family who enrolled in health insurance through Maryland Health Connection for any period of time in the last tax year. Your Form 1095-A is also available electronically in your online …

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What is Form 1095-A?

Form 1095-A is a form you will need in order to fill out your taxes, just like your W-2. You should keep it with all your tax records so you can use it when you want to file. Form 1095-A is produced by Maryland Health Connection for any individual or …

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