Published onMay 11, 2017
Published onMay 4, 2017
Now that you have Marketplace health insurance, here are 3 tips for getting the most out of your health coverage:
Published onApril 27, 2017
If you enrolled in a 2017 health plan, you must pay your
Published onApril 20, 2017
If you’re enrolled in a 2017 health insurance plan, here’s what you need to know to get the full benefit of your health coverage and keep it up-to-date:
Published onApril 13, 2017
The April 18 tax filing deadline is less than one week away. No matter if you got your health coverage through the Marketplace, your job, or another source, you must report your 2016 coverage status to the IRS when you file.
Published onApril 6, 2017
If you didn’t enroll in Marketplace health insurance during the 2017 Open Enrollment Period, you may still be able to get coverage for the rest of 2017 two ways.
Published onMarch 30, 2017
No matter how you got your 2016 health coverage — through the Marketplace, your job, or another source — you must report your 2016 health coverage status to the IRS when you file your 2016 taxes.
Published onMarch 23, 2017
If you have 2017 Marketplace health insurance, check out 4 ways to stay healthy and get the care you need:
Published onMarch 16, 2017
If you enrolled in a Marketplace health insurance plan for 2016, you should have received tax Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace® Statement in the mail. You also can get this form in your online Marketplace account, if you have one. You need this form to "reconcile" — meaning to find out if you used the right amount of premium tax credit during the year — your federal income taxes for 2016. Here are 3 tips:
Published onJanuary 20, 2017
As you prepare to file your 2016 federal taxes, it’s important to know that reporting information about your health coverage is part of the tax filing process. If you had Marketplace health insurance in 2016, check out these 3 quick tax tips: