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Old 02-15-2015, 01:11 AM
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Failed to check health coverage box on 1040

I just e-filed my taxes by myself without the help of a tax person. All went well and Free Fillable Forms let me know the IRS accepted my e-file. After the fact I realized I failed to check the box that I had full year healthcare for my entire family. I just didn't see it on the form since it's a new provision for this tax filing year.

Do I need to file a 1040x to correct this? Thanks.



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Old 02-15-2015, 02:27 AM
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I just e-filed my taxes by myself without the help of a tax person. All went well and Free Fillable Forms let me know the IRS accepted my e-file. After the fact I realized I failed to check the box that I had full year healthcare for my entire family. I just didn't see it on the form since it's a new provision for this tax filing year.

Do I need to file a 1040x to correct this? Thanks.
I do not think so; you can just contact the IRS for sure.



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