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Your Options for Health Insurance Coverage

Your Options for Insurance Coverage - TaxAct Blog

Did you know unpaid medical bills is one of the leading causes of personal bankruptcy in the United States? If you’re self-employed or own a business, your health plays an especially crucial role to your financial well-being and security. That’s why having health insurance is one of the smartest moves you can make. Still looking […]

Insurance Considerations for Freelancers, Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners

Insurance Considerations for Freelancers, Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners - TaxAct Blog

Taking the leap to becoming a freelancer, entrepreneur or small business owner is huge. If you’ve recently done it, congratulations! There is no doubt you have a long to-do list, but you need to make sure getting insurance is a high priority. While becoming your own boss has many perks, it often also means leaving […]

10 Job-Related Tax Benefits That Could Save You Some Serious Money

10 Job-Related Tax Benefits - TaxACT Blog

There’s more to a good job than a steady paycheck. Full-time employment can earn you all sorts of perks — from employer-sponsored health insurance to generous deductions on your tax return. Here are 10 job-related tax benefits that could save you some serious money.

4 Money Mistakes Millennials Make

4 Money Mistakes Millennials Make - TaxACT

Ever kick yourself for not planning ahead financially or for making purchases you later regretted? You’re not alone. It’s easy to make a few missteps when you’re first starting out and still learning how to stick to a budget. Although there are a few things other generations can learn from Millennials, here’s a look at […]

Weekly Favorites: Stop Overpaying the IRS, and more

TaxACT Weekly Favorites March 14 2014

TaxACT Weekly Favorites:  March 14, 2014 Stop Overpaying the IRS via Kay Bell on Bankrate.com The average federal tax refund so far this filing season is $3,034. The Internal Revenue Service says that most taxpayers get refunds each year. The size of the average tax refund is probably the main reason that so many intentionally have […]

What’s At Stake If You Miss the Deadline to Get Health Insurance?

What's At Stake If You Miss the Deadline to Get Health Insurance

The deadline to get health insurance is approaching. If you don’t have access to employer-provided health insurance and you don’t qualify for Medicaid or Medicare, you need to make sure you have health insurance that meets the requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by January 1, 2014. If you don’t get qualified health insurance […]

You Have Insurance. So What Does the ACA Offer You?

You Have Insurance. So What Does the ACA Offer You? - TaxACT

Do you have health insurance through work? For you, the question might be: Do I need to use the healthcare marketplaces that are part of the Affordable Care Act, sometimes called Obamacare? The simple answer is: No, you probably don’t need to. It’s possible, however, that you might want to. A Job-Based Plan If you […]

Single Parents and the Affordable Care Act

Single Parents and the Affordable Care Act - TaxACT

What Does the Affordable Care Act Mean for Single Parents? The answer depends on whether a single parent is employed (or technically an employer offers affordable health insurance) or not. Self-employed single parents or those with no access to employer-sponsored health insurance can shop anywhere for coverage. Experts recommend, however, that single parents start shopping […]

4 Health Insurance Options for Young Adults

4 Health Insurance Options for Young Adults - TaxACT

Will they or won’t they? That’s the often-posed question about young people and health care reform. That is, will healthy young people sign up for health insurance in the marketplaces created under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or will they stay away in droves? The Obama Administration and insurance companies are relying on enrollment by […]