If 1095-A is provided to a parent who covered two dependent children....but now one of the children will NOT be a dependent and will be filing a separate return. I understand that there has to be a shared policy allocation. But does the adult child need to include a 1095-A with their tax return as well as the 8962 Form? And if so, which name should be in Part I (Recipient)? The parent who received the 1095-A or the adult child? Who should be listed in Part II - Covered Individuals? All that were covered under the policy or just the adult child taxpayer?
Thanks. I did read that thread previously, but it didn't seem to answer the question about whether the other taxpayer needs to provide their own 1095-A. I think maybe the taxpayer just uses the information to complete the Form 8962 and doesn't have to include a 1095-A?
Your client needs to file a 1095A. From the IRS instruction: Information about individuals enrolled in the same policy as the tax filer’s tax family who are not members of that tax family, including children, must be reported on a separate Form 1095-A.