Affordable Care Act Resource Center

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What Tax Professionals and Their Clients Need to Know

Recent ACA News

The recent executive order has not repealed the Affordable Care Act. The executive order directed federal agencies to exercise authority to reduce taxpayer burden so the IRS did make a change that will allow taxpayers to e-file their tax returns without rejection if they didn’t report their health coverage status. Taxpayers are, however, required to pay any penalties they owe since the executive order does not change current ACA rules that are in place. Taxpayers who do not report their healthcare status may receive follow-up questions and correspondence from the IRS.

Vital Affordable Care Act Resources for Tax Professionals


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Facts about the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act, also known as the ACA or Obamacare, is a set of legislation enacted in order to reduce the number of Americans without health insurance. This legislation is hundreds of pages long, and impacts virtually every taxpayer and employer. When it took effect on January 1, 2014, it became important that tax professionals at least understand the basics. While every page is important, we've broken down the most critical information for tax professionals. 
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