If you never bought a health insurance plan on your own, now is a good time to learn some basics about health care plans so come the new open enrollment period in November, you will be well equipped to make an educated decision.
Since long before the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law in March 2010, there have been many myths and misconceptions. To help you separate fact from fiction, we have addressed some common myths and misconceptions associated with the Affordable Care Act.
Though the beginning of the 2015 Health Insurance Marketplace open enrollment period is still a few months away and for the first time the requirement to have minimum essential insurance may impact your 2014 taxes that you file in 2015, it’s never too early to get the answers to your questions about Obamacare.
You may think your unique situation or persona does not fit into a perfect bucket under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but to help sort through it all, and narrow in on what matters most, we have broken down a few personas and shared tips specific to different personal situations.
For most people, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, had no effect on their 2013 federal income tax return. Starting in 2014, you may see changes on your 2014 taxes related to the Affordable Care Act and TurboTax Health wants to make sure you’re prepared.
If you are self-employed there is information about the Affordable Care Act you need to know since you most likely provide your own insurance. Well sit back in your home office and relax, because TurboTax has you covered with all of the ACA information you need to know.
You may have missed the March 31st deadline to purchase health insurance in the Health Insurance Marketplace, but if you had a life changing event you may qualify for a special enrollment period. Our infographic tells you how.
If you’re a twenty-something who is a college student, grad school student, or someone about to start your first job, you might be wondering how your age and the Affordable Care Act affects your health care situation and taxes.