IRS issues final ACA rules for individual coverage, penalties

Individuals who do not have health insurance will be subject to an annual penalty of $95 or 1% of income next year, depending on which is greater, rising to $695 or 2.5% by 2016, under final Internal Revenue Service rules. Employees who get health insurance coverage through a union or temporary staffing agency will not be penalized, tax lawyers said. Early retirees, former employees and dependents who are eligible for but decline to purchase coverage through a former employer may be eligible for tax credits if they buy a plan through a public marketplace. Reuters (8/27) , Business Insurance (tiered subscription model) (8/27) , Kaiser Health News/Capsules blog (8/27)

Last Updated 09/16/2020

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