Marketplace Insurance Checkup

October 20th, 2015

Article Highlights: Advance Premium Tax Credit Family Income Family Size Reporting Changes to the Marketplace Repayment of Credit Married Filing Separately If you are one of the many individuals or families who purchase their health insurance through the federal or a state government health insurance marketplace and are receiving an advance premium tax credit (subsidy […]

No Health Insurance? Qualify for Hardship Waiver?

January 27th, 2015

If you didn’t get health insurance coverage this year, you may be subject to a penalty unless you qualify for one of the many general or hardship exemptions. There are in excess of 30 possible exemptions from the penalty and some of the exemptions require you to complete and file an application for approval. If approved for […]

Avoid Tax Surprises: Report Life Changes to the Marketplace

November 4th, 2014

If you are enrolled in insurance coverage through a government Health Insurance Marketplace, it is important that you report certain changes to the marketplace when they happen, such as changes to your household income or family size and other issues that affect your eligibility for and the amount of the advance premium tax credit (APTC). […]

Understanding the Health Insurance Mandate

February 11th, 2014

Beginning in 2014, the Affordable Care Act will impose the new requirement that all people in the United States, with certain exceptions, have minimum essential health care insurance or they will be subject to a penalty. How this will affect your family will depend upon a number of issues. Already Insured If you have insurance […]

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