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Excess Adv. Premium Tax Credit Repayment was in return for 2017 but not in 18. I'm using the tax planning and can't seem to get rid of it.

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In tax planner, the Excess Adv. Premium Tax Credit Repayment is populated with last year's amount.  I want to make that zero but don't see how.

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You can edit the Excess Adv. Premium Tax Credit Repayment by adjusting other items within Premium Tax credit computation. To do so you will go to Payments within the tax plan and select "Premium Tax Credit." Attached is an image for context that can help with input.

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You can edit the Excess Adv. Premium Tax Credit Repayment by adjusting other items within Premium Tax credit computation. To do so you will go to Payments within the tax plan and select "Premium Tax Credit." Attached is an image for context that can help with input.

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