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Video: Who Qualifies for an Affordable Care Act Exemption (Obamacare)?
The Affordable Care Act requires all Americans to have health insurance or pay a tax penalty. But, who qualifies for an Affordable Care Act exemption? Find out more about who qualifies for an exemption from the Affordable Care Act tax penalty. Read more…

Video: Affordable Health Care Act Explained—Obamacare Facts
Watch a short video on the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, to see how the new health care law and health insurance marketplace affects you. Note: The content of this video is applicable to Tax Year 2014. Read more…

Video: What is the Affordable Care Act Individual Mandate?
The Affordable Care Act individual mandate (Obamacare) requires most Americans to have health insurance or pay a tax penalty, unless you qualify for an exemption. Learn more about the ACA individual mandate, plans that qualify as minimum essential coverage, who qualifies for an exemption and how the individual mandate may affect your taxes with this helpful guide from TurboTax. Read more…

What is Form 8853: Archer MSAs and Long-Term Care Insurance Contracts
An Archer medical savings account allows tax-sheltered investment growth within a savings account as long as funds are used to cover medical expenses. Form 8853 reports contributions and payments from Archer MSAs and payments from long-term care insurance contracts. Read more…

Video: The Affordable Care Act Tax Penalty Explained (Obamacare)
What is the Affordable Care Act tax penalty? Under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), if you can get health insurance and choose not to, and you aren't exempt for other reasons, you may have to pay a tax penalty. Beginning in 2019, although you are still required to have health insurance, there is not penalty for not having it. Read more…

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