Question about Obamacare and identifying what your income was while you had obamacare versus what it was during the rest of the year post Obamacare.

Is there a way to identify when you had Obamacare what your actual income was.  We had Obamacare from January-April of 2015 while my husband was out of work and receiving NO income.  When he started his new job in May we got insurance thru his new company.  His w-2 for 2015 stated $95,000 putting us well over the 401% poverty level line .  Is there not some way to show or identify that the $95,000 he earned was NOT during the time we had received any tax credits?  I don't see any way to identify this on form 8962 or any other form.  Please help!

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