What does The Affordable Care Act have to do with taxes? More than you’d think. There are a lot of changes to this year’s tax code as a result of the Affordable Care Act, but what’s most important is to be aware if your taxes will be impacted. No charge. No appointment needed.
This Thursday, January 8th come in to H&R Block, 1122 Main St. Oconto, WI and speak to a tax expert to be sure you understand the new tax changes so that you’re able to accurately file your 2014 taxes.
H&R Block ACA Specialists know exactly how to help no matter what your situation. We’ll provide you a no charge H&R Block ACA Tax Impact Analysis– your personalized review of how your taxes may be affected by the Affordable Care Act.
WHO DOES THIS APPLY TO?
Most filers will fall into 3 kinds of categories this year:
1. Anyone who was enrolled in a 2014 federal or state Marketplace health insurance plan and received the Advance Premium Tax Credit to help lower the cost of their monthly premium.
2. Anyone who did not have health insurance for all or part of 2014, may face an ACA tax penalty – or be eligible for an exemption.
3. Those who had health insurance for all of 2014 and did not did not receive the Advance Premium Tax Credit (i.e. received health insurance through an employer, Medicaid, Medicare or other non-marketplace health insurance coverage).
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