Annoyance arises from gov’t error on health care tax forms

    It’s not uncommon to feel some trepidation around tax-filing season. But there’s an added hassle this year for nearly a million consumers who got financial help with health insurance premiums under President Barack Obama’s law.

    The government sent them erroneous information on forms that they need to complete their 2014 tax returns. Now they’re getting robocalls and emails advising them to delay filing until the mistakes get fixed.

    Some are taking it in stride. But others wonder what else could go wrong.

    K.C. Crafts is a freelance financial writer from South Berwick, Maine. She says it’s been a comedy of errors. Crafts says the coverage dates are wrong on her form and make it appear as if she and her husband got much more in subsidies than they actually received.

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