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How Health Care Reform Has Changed the Way You Pay Taxes
With the passage of the Affordable Care Act, it's time to think about how it will affect your taxes. Whether your income is high, low or in-between, everyone will likely be affected in some way. Here's a year-by-year breakdown of what's on the horizon and details about how the new law may change the amount of tax you pay. Read more…

Know the Key Dates for Health Care Reform
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) open enrollment periods vary from year-to-year, but are expected to continue to be late in fall to early winter. Being aware of health care reform key dates can mean avoiding tax penalties for remaining uninsured. Read more…

What is Form 1094-B: Transmittal of Health Coverage Information Returns?
Form 1094-B is essentially a cover sheet used by insurance providers when they send the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) information about who has health coverage that meets the standards of the Affordable Care Act. The 1094-B is a brief form that takes up less than a page. Read more…

Understand and Avoid Health Care Reform Tax Penalties
The Affordable Care Act has brought new options for health care coverage to millions of previously uninsured Americans. While you can still choose not to purchase health insurance, that decision may come at a cost, beginning with the 2014 tax year. Eligible taxpayers who remain without insurance may be required to pay penalties, though there are exemptions for which you may qualify. Read more…

What Is the Individual Mandate for Health Care Reform?
The health care reform legislation that became law in 2010 - known officially as the Affordable Care Act and also as Obamacare - requires most Americans to have a basic level of health insurance coverage. This requirement is commonly referred to as the law's "individual mandate." The law imposes a tax penalty through 2018 on those who fail to have the required coverage. Read more…

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