The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Friday that roughly 820,000 erroneous tax forms relating to reporting on individual health-care coverage were sent out to enrollees under the Affordable Care Act this year. CMS officials said corrected forms, known as 1095-A, have been sent to 740,000 of those taxpayers and that it is in the process of getting the remaining 80,000 forms out. The erroneous documents had various errors on a variety of issues such as personal information, address and type of coverage.
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