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Lately you may be hearing buzz about health care reform, Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare on the news. Not sure what this new health care law is or if it changes anything for you and your family? Don’t worry, TurboTax has you covered.
Here are the facts straight from our experts.
You may have an understanding of what Health Care Reform means for the uninsured, but do you know how it affects you if you already have health insurance? Whether you have health insurance through your employer, parent, or are self-insured, here are five facts you should know about how Health Care Reform impacts you.
You may already know that starting in 2014 most Americans are required to have health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, but did you know that individuals who do not have health insurance could face a tax penalty in 2015? For those who do not plan on purchasing insurance before the March 31, 2014 deadline, TurboTax created a penalty calculator to help you estimate how much your penalty will be for 2014.
You might not know, but Obamacare, health care reform, and the Affordable Care Act all mean the same thing. They are the unofficial names for The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a national health care plan signed into law by President Obama that aims to provide the majority of Americans with access to affordable health care.
Whether you’re uninsured or searching for more affordable health insurance, you will be able to shop for health insurance in state and federally run marketplaces beginning October 1, 2013. As time draws near, you may be wondering what you can do to get ready to purchase health insurance in the Health Insurance Marketplace. Our checklist will help you get ready:
Obamacare? Healthcare reform? The Affordable Care Act? Not sure what you need to do and when you need to do it? If you are uninsured or looking for more affordable health care, here are a few key dates to add to your calendar:
Today, President Obama announced that more than 8.5 million Americans would be getting rebates from their insurance providers this summer due to one of the tax provisions of the health care reform law or “Obamacare”.
Are you starting to hear the buzz about Health Care Reform, also known as “ObamaCare”? Are you confused about how it impacts you and your family? You can relax. Whether you’re insured or not, here are seven important things you need to know.