Getting ready for the holidays is on the minds of many, but it’s also time to think about your healthcare options for 2016. If you have coverage through your employer, you’re good to go. If you’re shopping for coverage, here’s some important information you should know about the federal Exchange.read more
Before now, the penalty for not getting health insurance was pretty paltry: $95 or 1 percent of the taxpayer’s income in 2014. The penalty got our attention in 2015, growing to $325 or 2 percent of income this year. But next year, 2016, things get serious.read more
We won’t take a lot of your time, but there’s a reminder we need to give you – just in case it slips by unnoticed. Consider it our version of the sticky note on your refrigerator door.
It’s about health insurance. The reminder isn’t about reporting your coverage – it’s about getting it.read more
The Department of the Treasury has announced that taxpayers who used incorrect information provided on an erroneous Form 1095-A won't be liable for the corrected amounts, and won't have to file an amended tax return. That should let close to a million taxpayers breathe a little easier.read more