Now that the Affordable Care Act and the tax credits that make it possible will remain, Congress is focusing on repealing parts of it, such as the medical device tax.
Many health insurers are looking to increase premiums by 10 percent or more next year.
The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is causing tax filing problems for many this year. But you don’t have to worry about that if you’re exempt.
Should an uninsured woman who becomes pregnant qualify to enroll in Obamacare right away?
Bills in the House and Senate call for a return to prior flexible spending account rules, including no OTC drug restrictions and no account contribution limits.
What’s new? What should you look out for? Here are some tax-time tips that could save you filing headaches.
The Supreme Court hears arguments in a case challenging Obamacare’s subsidies.
Medicaid enrollment jumps 10.8 million, thanks to state expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
Tax filing season seems to be going well so far, but we’re also starting to get reports of Obamacare tax troubles.
Some taxpayers could be facing penalty charges connected to the Obamacare advance premium tax credit calculations. Not to worry. The IRS is waiving them in many cases.