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If you are self employed and receive a 1095-A my software does

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If you are self employed and receive a 1095-A my software does not deduct the amount paid as self employment insurance. It is putting it in schedule A. I would think you should be allowed to deduct premiums directly and not subject to itemizing. Can you verify and send me some IRS documentation that addresses this? Thx
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Angie replied 7 months ago.
You are correct. What software are you using? I use pro-series...and at the bottom of the page where you enter the 1095-A, there is a place to link it to your schedule C and it gives the correct deduction.

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