Whether you’re a twenty-something who is a college student, grad school student, or someone about to start your first job, you may be wondering how your age and the Affordable Care Act affects your health care situation and taxes. Check out our infographic to find out your options throughout your twenties.
The Affordable Care Act is designed to ensure everyone has health insurance and imposes tax penalties on those who don’t. With the new TurboTax Exemption Check, if you’re uninsured, we can help you learn whether you qualify for an exemption from the tax penalty.
Beginning in 2014, most Americans are required to have health insurance or pay a tax penalty when they file their taxes in 2015. In some cases you may also be exempt from the requirement to purchase health insurance. Our infographic will help you do an exemption check and figure out if you may be exempt.
If you require health insurance in order to comply with the Affordable Care Act and you are eligible to shop in the Marketplace, taking time to carefully project your 2015 income and family size during the 2015 open enrollment period will make the process of shopping for discounted health insurance easier in the long run.
If you already have health insurance through an employer, Medicare, Medicaid, or your parents then you probably already met the requirement to have minimum essential health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act. But what if you didn’t purchase to meet the new requirement? Find out what your health care options are by persona with our infographic.
When you file your 2014 taxes in 2015, you may notice a couple new tax forms to help you verify your health coverage as part of provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Here’s an explanation of the new tax forms you may see at tax-time:
Having a baby is a life-altering event that can impact your decisions about health insurance or the amount of savings you’re eligible for under the Affordable Care Act. Here’s what prospective parents need to know.
If you are a newly married same-sex couple and you receive health coverage through an employer or private insurance, you will be able to get the same spousal insurance offerings as heterosexual couples if you were legally married