Open enrollment for health insurance starts November 1
Open enrollment for health insurance starts November 1.Taxpayers can avoid tax penalties in 2019 by obtaining health insurance for 2018.
Taxpayers Use Health Insurance Open Enrollment to Avoid Penalties
With the uninsured penalty being 630% higher than 2014, taxpayers are taking advantage of getting health insurance coverage through the federal marketplace.
H&R Block Finds Tax Return Exemptions Key to Avoiding ACA Penalties
H&R Block is continuing to help millions of clients comply with tax provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Affordable Care Act Impact on Taxes Still Perplexes Majority
Taxpayers who received the Advance Premium Tax Credit (APTC) are paying a portion back, due to the increase in payments set forth in the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
New Opportunity to get 2016 Health Insurance Still Requires 2014 Tax Return
Consumers who tried but were unable to enroll in 2016 health insurance coverage through the federal marketplace may now be able to re-apply.
Deadline to Enroll in Marketplace Health Insurance Looms
To avoid tax penalties and possibly qualify for the advance tax credit, enroll in marketplace healthcare before the Jan 31st deadline.
Earlier Marketplace Open Enrollment Calls Attention to Tax Compliance, Higher Pe...
Whether it’s to help clients gain a better understanding of tax compliance, penalties, or select and enroll in a health care plan, H&R Block has services to help.
How to save on health insurance: marketplace open enrollment
The federal and many state health care exchanges will begin open enrollment November 1. H&R Block tax pros are helping you save on health insurance.
Health Care Tax Credits on the Line in October 15 Deadline
With the Oct 15th deadline approaching, be sure to file an extension if needed - the failure to file endangers the possibility of claiming the health care tax credit.
New ACA Post-Season IRS Notices, Filing Requirements Impact Millions
There are at least a dozen IRS notices taxpayers could receive relating to the Affordable Care Act, post-tax season.
H&R Block Responds to Supreme Court Ruling on ACA Advance Premium Tax Credi...
H&R Block responds to the Supreme Court ruling on ACA Advance Premium Tax Credits which help pay for taxpayers monthly insurance premiums.
H&R Block’s Final ACA Stats: Refunds Impacted for Most Who Received Advan...
H&R Block tax professionals are detailing the stats on how tax refunds are impacted for most who received the Advance Premium Tax Credit (APTC).
H&R Block: Millions Risk Losing Tax Credit to Purchase Health Insurance
Taxpayers who received the Advance Premium Tax Credit must file a tax return or may risk losing help paying for that coverage in the future.
Another Chance for Taxpayers to Avoid Penalties in Health Care Enrollment
Taxpayers without health insurance may have another chance to enroll and avoid growing tax penalties in a special enrollment period.
H&R Block: Taxpayers Following ACA Rules, Refunds Take a Hit
H&R Block is seeing a majority of those who enrolled in insurance via the state or federal marketplaces paying back a portion of the Advance Premium Tax Credit.
Tax Season’s Just Begun, But Only 10 Days Remain to Avoid Steeper Tax Penaltie...
H&R Block is encouraging taxpayers to enroll in health insurance by Feb. 15 deadline to avoid the healthcare penalty.
H&R Block Requests Alignment of Open Enrollment with Tax Season
H&R Block are making consumers aware of the penalty that could be a tax issue if you are without health insurance.
H&R Block Hosting a Nationwide Free Question & Answer Day on the Affor...
At H&R Block stores across the U.S., the company's first ever Affordable Care Act Q&D Day will be taking place, on January 8th.
H&R Block Reminds Consumers of Approaching Health Insurance Enrollment Dead...
H&R Block and licensed healthcare advisors are reminding consumers that its important to enroll in health insurance by December 15 to activate coverage for January 1.
H&R Block Launches Free Tax Tools and Resources To Help Taxpayers Navigate ...
H&R Block launched free resources such as a personalized tax calculator to help taxpayers navigate the Affordable Care Act.
H&R Block to Help Consumers Enroll in Health Insurance Coverage
H&R Block is partnering with GoHealth to offer nationwide health insurance enrollment services, free of charge, to help taxpayers understand their options.
H&R Block Submits Recommendation to HHS, Extend Open Enrollment to April 30
H&R submits recommendation to Health and Human Services to extend open enrollment to April 30.
H&R Block Highlights Seen, Unseen Effects of ACA Implementation on Taxpayer...
H&R Block highlights how the Affordable Care Act is causing major implications for taxpayers. They are outlined here to ensure a smooth tax season:
Tax Day Could Bring Tax Surprises for Higher-Income Taxpayers
With the changes to ACA tax code, there may be a result of increased tax bills for high-income taxpayers which could be a surprise to many.
H&R Block’s Top DIY Questions Focus on Health Care, New Laws and Common I...
The tax experts at H&R Block are answering top questions that taxpayers have around health care, new laws and common inaccuracies.
Final Countdown: March 31 Deadline Approaching for Health Care Marketplace Enrol...
The deadline for securing health care coverage as a requirement of the Affordable Care Act is quickly approaching
New Report on the Implications of the Affordable Care Act Released by The Tax In...
The Tax Institute at H&R Block Releases Findings of Affordable Care Act Health Care Engagement Tour.
Implementing the Affordable Care Act: Education, Enrollment and the taxpayer
The Affordable Care Act is kicking into high gear in 2013 with significant implications for Americans, their health care - and their annual tax return.
The Tax Institute at H&R Block Announces Event Series Examining Real-World ...
The Tax Institute at H&R Block announces an event series examining real-world implications of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) being reformed.
Statement: H&R Block Responds to Supreme Court Ruling
H&R Block responds to the Supreme Court Ruling on a new healthcare law that will have enormous ramifications on how Americans file taxes each year.