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In general, inheritance does not affect Premium Tax Credits or Cost Sharing Reduction assistance because inheritance is not taxable on the federal level and not considered income for federal tax purposes.
I read the “How IRA’s and HSAs work with the ACA” section of this website but I’m still not clear on this: Is the one time allowable use of traditional IRA funds to set up a HSA (which I would use to buy an HSA eligible Obamacare plan) counted toward my MAGI? Also… is this Read the Answer
Hey, So I am in NYC and I am looking through all of these plans and there are only a few random Bronze and Silver plans that say “HSA” in the title. But the premiums are very high compared to the “Catastrophic Care Plans.” If it doesn’t say “HSA eligible” does that really mean that Read the Answer
My son works part time and has made slightly less than the 10,350 requirement to file a return. he will file a return to get his taxes back that we with held and I still claim him as a dependent. The problem is I need his income to stay qualified with our silver 87 plan Read the Answer
My mother currently does not have health insurance. My father’s employer offers insurance for spouses but it is to expensive for their income. Combined they make around $42,000/yearly, my father pays a $27 premium and it would cost $678 to add my mother onto his employers plan. Is there a way to get covered under Read the Answer
All US citizens, who qualify based on income, must obtain coverage or an exemption. For someone traveling back and forth between the U.S. they can be exempt for spending 330 consecutive days in the year outside the US.
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