Where do I mail my 8962 premium tax credit form?
Form 8962 is normally attached to your tax return.If the IRS directed you to file Form 8962 independent of your return, you mail or fax it to the IRS using the instructions in the IRS notice.
Do I have to send the IRS form 8962? Will I still get my refund if I do not send in the forms?
You must file a tax return, with Form 8692 included, if any of the following apply:You wish to claim the premium tax credit because you purchased health insurance in a qualified insurance exchange market and your tax family’s income is below the relevant thresholds for your filing status and family size;You purchased health insurance in a qualified insurance exchange market, and part of the cost of that insurance was covered by payments of advance premium tax credit paid on behalf of yourself or another member of your tax family.Advance premium tax credit was paid for an individual (including you) for whom you told the Marketplace you would claim a personal exemption and neither you nor anyone else claims a personal exemption for that individual.Basically, if you purchased an “Obamacare” policy in an insurance marketplace and received any form of subsidy (no matter how described), you must file Form 8692 with your tax return to reconcile the APTC you received with the PTC you were actually entitled. If you purchased an “Obamacare” policy in an insurance marketplace but did not receive a subsidy, filing Form 8692 is optional.If you received Form 1095-A from the Marketplace, and Form 1095-A shows anything other than zero on Line 33, Column C, you almost certainly must file a tax return which must include Form 8692. (However, you may still have to file this form even if Line 33, Column C is zero, in certain situations.)See Instructions for Form 8962 (2021). If you need further advice, consult a professional tax preparer or tax attorney.
To which IRS address can I send my 8962 Premium Tax Credit Form?
Being that it is supposed to be attached to your personal tax return, I am not sure why you are sending it separately. Having said that, mail it to the same address you normally mail your tax return to. So check 1040 instructions and see where it is supposed to go based on your state. If you got a letter specifically asking for that form, that send it to them directly. You mentioned Fresno and while that you used to be that generic place to send everything (at least for the west coast) the better place now is IRS Ogden UT 84201. Again, your best bet is the address of where your 1040 is supposed to go to or if you received a letter from the IRS, you the address indicated on letter. Except for some specific forms, you can pretty much send it any of the IRS offices and it should be okay. The worst case scenario is that it slows down the processing because it didnt go to the right address. At least IRS has different locations. CA FTB has a hundred different addresses and zip codes but in reality it all goes to the same place. I guess that the different po box and zip codes allows FTB to sort it out easier at their location
Can I file married/separately if I'm paying back all premium tax credits?
A2A.I'm not going to go into the wisdom of whether or not you should file jointly or separately and limit myself to the question that you asked.Yes, you and your spouse can choose to file separate returns. Under those circumstances, even if you were not income-limited you would have to pay back the entire credit, which is not available to MFS taxpayers.If you were both covered under a qualified health plan, each of you is allocated 50% of the payback. If only one of you was covered, the entire amount of the payback goes on that person’s separate return. The detailed Instructions for Form 8962 (2021) spell out exactly how the payback is computed.
What is the IRS fax line to fax form 8962 and 1095A?
According to the IRS’s instructions (What to Do if You Get a Letter about the Premium Tax Credit) the fax number should be printed on the letter that you got from the IRS.If you don’t have the letter anymore, then the best option is to call the IRS and ask for the correct fax number.You can also fax your forms online, once you will get the correct fax number from the IRS. This is particularly useful if you don’t have a fax machine at hand. There are plenty online fax sending services available, but I think WiseFax would be the most appropriate in this case, as they don’t require a subscription — they are a pay-as-you-go service, so they are perfect if you send faxes only occasionally.
How do I get a copy of Form 8962 for a Premium Tax Credit (to reconcile advance credit payments with the amount of the premium tax credit you are allowed for the year)?
You can obtain IRS Forms as well as instructions for completing them at the IRS website: https://www.irs.gov/Forms & Instructions
How do you fill out tax form 8962 from a form 1095-a from the health insurance Marketplace?
Google the instructions for the form and follow them… It’s in your interest to do so if you hope to get a tax credit for your HC premiums.
How can I stop being confused with my life?
Write your dreams down and analyze them. You are your own best psychologist. Your dreams (and nightmares) are a wonderful mystery (wake-up call) that is yours to unravel. Remove confusing clutter from your life, particularly propaganda, psychoactive drugs and divisive material. Focus on positivity. The psychoactive drugs are impeded you from unraveling the mystery of who you truly are…..who you must unravel. Watch videos that increase self awareness, enhance abundance and lead to creating your own pleasant reality. Unbrainwash yourself from the programming that has been implemented on you by the media, government and corporations. Spend time in nature and sunlight. Listen to positive life-affirming melodic music. Increase your level of overall knowledge. Read the classics. Avoid 21st century pitfalls and dead ends that lead to selfish behaviors. Make love instead of having sex. Help heal others with positive messages and kindness. The world is wide open for you if you want it. Its up to each of us to steer clear of negative things and attributes that cloud our being. Be your own strange attractor. Work for peace, love and understanding. Avoid arguments, but seek understanding. Cut your cable and only watch online material that is beneficial to human understanding, awareness and consciousness. Take nice trips to relax and see the world, even if they are short ones. Help others, and mean it when you do. Seek truth. Be against war. Avoid politics. Conduct exercise and put good foods in your body that lead to good blood flow with lots of oxygen going to your brain. Learn about your body, the pineal gland and the endocrine system. Understand you are on a journey……and its likely a spiritual one. Choose your own path. Find your own truth. Get massages. Take baths. Stretch. Relax. Breathe. Smile. Take good care of yourself. Everything is connected.
Last year, I didn't make the minimum required to have ObamaCare ($12K); will they eventually charge me for all insurance bills full price of 2021.
I assume you received premium subsidies for an exchange policy in 2021. with an estimated annual income that put you into the subsidy range, but your real income fell short of the subsidy range. Now you are worried you will retroactively lose the insurance coverage you had or have to repay the subsidies you received?Good news, nobody will come after you for all of your insurance bills. Bad news, you may have to repay a small portion of the subsidies you received - but not all of them.First off, having received premium tax credits for 2021 makes it mandatory for you to file a 2021 federal income tax return, regardless of your income. If you haven’t already, you should do that before you get into trouble.In addition to the standard 1040 tax form, you will file form 8962 (https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/...) to reconcile the advanced premium tax credits (“subsidies”) you received with the real amount of premium tax credits you are entitled to.If you earned below 100% of the poverty line and you are a US citizen, you were not entitled to any premium-tax credits. (Non-citizens below the poverty line often do qualify for premium tax credits if they are ineligible for Medicaid.)Fortunately, there’s a repayment limit that’s tied to your income. If your income was below 200% of the federal poverty line, you will have to repay at most $300 (single filer) or $600 (everyone else) for the year. That’s explained in the instructions for form 8962 (table 5 on page 14): https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/...Good luck!