Posts Tagged with: Affordable Care Act

There’s a lot of information out there regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but what does the ACA really mean for younger Americans? Historically, young adults have been the highest uninsured age group, accounting for 30% of Americans without health insurance.*
Did you receive tax credits to help you pay for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare? Have you filed your 2014 income tax return yet?
If you don’t have health care coverage, there are four ways you can apply through the Marketplace - online, over the phone, in-person or by mail. The majority of Americans have employee-sponsored health insurance plans or Medicaid.
Did you know if you purchase health insurance through the Marketplace you could pay lower monthly premiums if you qualify for a subsidy? According to the Washington Post, nearly 11.7 million Americans have enrolled in Marketplace coverage for 2015.
Then you’ll want to check out Taxapalooza on January 7. It’s our national party to celebrate the opening of the 2015 tax season. More than 1,000 Liberty Tax Service offices across the country will take part in the celebration.
Six months ago President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law.  Even though the new laws center mainly around health care, many provisions of the act will actually...

“Get Your Affordable Care Act Together.” -Gordon D’Angelo. On a recent radio talk show, Liberty Tax owner Ray Nations put it about as plain and simple as it gets, “If a hurricane is coming, you prepare.” 

So many Americans are struggling to understand how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) works and applies to them. The reason being is that each individual’s situation is different.
While almost 200 million Americans file a tax return every year, there are some that have not needed to. However, that will change with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare.
Speculation that many individuals will opt to pay the annual penalty instead of acquiring health insurance has the success of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also called Obamacare, in question. However, recent numbers from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) show an increase in young adults (18 - 34) who have enrolled in the Health Insurance Marketplace plans in the last month.