Health Care Who’s Exempt from Health Insurance Under The Affordable Care Act [Infographic] Read the Article Open Share Drawer Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Written by TurboTaxBlogTeam Modified Nov 2, 2014 0 min read Beginning in 2014, most Americans are required to have health insurance or incur a tax penalty when they file their 2014 taxes in 2015. If you have minimum essential health benefits provided by your employer, Medicaid, Medicare, or your parents’ health insurance plan, you most likely met the Affordable Care Act requirement and will not face a penalty. In some cases you may also be exempt from the requirement to purchase health insurance. Our infographic will help you figure out if you may be exempt. Add This Infographic to Your SiteExemption Previous Post Look Ahead When Shopping for Discounted Health Insurance in the… Next Post No Health Insurance? Find Out if You’re Exempt From the… Written by TurboTaxBlogTeam More from TurboTaxBlogTeam One response to “Who’s Exempt from Health Insurance Under The Affordable Care Act [Infographic]” thank you it is new good if you like can visit my site Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Browse Related Articles Health Care Twenty-Something’s Guide to the Affordable Care A… Health Care Good News For Uninsured Taxpayers! Affordable Care Act … Health Care I Don’t Have Health Insurance – What Tax Pe… Health Care What is a Health Care Reform Tax Penalty [Calculator]? Health Care Don’t Forget the Deadline to Purchase Health Insu… Health Care The Affordable Care Act Timeline for Individuals and Fa… Health Care Who Qualifies for a Penalty Exemption Under the Afforda… Health Care How Will I Prove My Health Insurance Under the Affordab… Health Care Health Reform Law Has New Implications for Consumers an… Health Care Obamacare and Taxes: How are They Connected?