I've seen the suggestion in other posts to unlink the Form1095A from Sched C then manually enter the premiums paid on the Sched C same as you would have to if the premiums were paid to any place other than the Health insurance marketplace
NO!!! Even if you don't have self employment in the mix where you get the error...like I am for 25 self-employed clients....the software is including the waived repayment in the total premiums paid amount. For example, my client paid covered CA $1643 directly out of his pocket for premiums...and now he is being forgiven $800 that he does not have to pay back..
His total health insurance premiums deduction is flowing to schedule A as $2443 total, the $800 forgiven amount included...can this be right???
When you do a client with a 1095-a but not self-employed....are you seeing that the forgiven excess subsidy is still being added to the total health insurance premiums paid on Schedule A, healthcare expense worksheet? Can taxpayers actually deduct the forgiven amount like that?