The ACA has changed the landscape of both health care and taxes. This section tackles all the topics related to taxes and the ACA. We’ll explain things like the Advance Premium Tax Credit, penalties, and exemptions so that you will understand if and how your taxes may be impacted.
If you enroll in a Marketplace plan you may receive the Advance Premium Tax Credit to lower the monthly cost of your health insurance. This credit is estimated so when you file your tax return the amount you received, must be reconciled. Reconciliation ensures that the estimated income amount you provided when enrolling in a health care plan matches your actual income, so that the amount of Advance Premium Tax Credit you received is correct. After your Advance Premium Tax Credit is reconciled, your tax refund or taxes due could be impacted.Learn more about Advance Premium Tax Credit and Reconciliation Learn More
If you and/or members of your household did not have qualified health insurance coverage for some or all of 2015, you may face a tax penalty, unless you qualify for an exemption. Here is all the information you need to understand ACA tax penalties and to find out whether you may qualify for an exemption.Learn more about Penalties & Exemptions Learn More
Looking for news about taxes and the ACA's impact on taxes? In this section we keep you informed on the latest Tax and ACA news, and how it may impact you. Legal changes, a new exemption, deadline information, or breaking ACA down so it’s easier to understand – this is where you’ll find all of that and more.Learn more about Tax and ACA News Learn More