The Affordable Care Act Updates for 2016 and 2016 Taxes

When it comes to the health care Act – also known as the health care Act (ACA) affordable – and how this might affect your taxes, there are many questions that you may have. This page offers news trends on issues and answers to questions that we have heard.

IRS extends date limits for new report reporting requirements of 2015

On 28 December, the IRS extended deadlines for new forms to report information of health care in 2016. Insurers, employers with auto insurance, other porveedores of coverage and eligible large employers now have additional time to provide you with information of medical coverage for 2015 to individual taxpayers and the IRS. Certain employers and providers now have to send individuals form 1095-B or C-1095 for March 31, 2016. Deadlines for issuers that have these forms and the 1094 form associated with the IRS is May 31, 2016 for which are on paper and the 30 June 2016 for those who presented electronically.

What happens if you did not receive 1095-B or form 1095-C?

Due to these extensions, it can be that some individual taxpayers do not receive a form 1095-B or form C-1095 for the time you are ready to file your taxes from 2015. While the information provided in these forms can help you prepare a statement, they are not necessary. Like last year, the contributentes can prepare and file their returns with other information about your health care coverage. Individuals do not have to wait for your form 1095-B or 1095-C to present.
These extensions apply automatically to all statements of coverage of health information providers and provide longer than 30 days which would be obtained by submitting the form 8809, request for extension of time to file information. For this reason, the IRS will not process requests for extension previously requested for the due dates of 2016. Automatic additional time extensions do not require a formal request using the form 8809 or any other documentation. The IRS does not anticipate additional extensions.

Deadline to receive 1095-A

The IRS has not extended deadlines to the medical insurance market issued form 1095-A. Individuals who are enrolled in coverage through the market must receive the form 1095-A by February 1, 2016 and should wait until they receive their 1095-A form to file their returns.

Questions and answers for new forms to report information

The IRS has published a series of questions and answers that present new forms 1095-B and 1095-C. Questions and answers explain who should expect the forms, how can be used and how to present with and without Forms.

Four reasons to amend your tax return in 2014

To submit your return of early in the year 2014, perhaps you paid more than required. Some taxpayers erroneously calculated his payment of the shared responsibility for individuals and simply paid for others. Did not require others pay nothing because they were exempt from the requirement of the health care act at low prices for coverage. If you not claimed an exemption from the requirement of coverage that was eligible, or paid others in the payment of the shared responsibility for individuals to file their statement of 2014, you can arrange it to file an amended return. See this tax advice for more information.

Common Affordable Car Act ACA Questions

The IRS hear many questions about the health care law. Then, the most common questions I have heard from taxpayers and have seen on social networks.

Q: must everyone have health insurance coverage?

A: the affordable health care Act requires that you and each Member of your family have basic medical insurance coverage (known as minimum essential coverage), qualify for an exemption from the requirement to have coverage, or make a payment of the shared responsibility for individuals when you file your federal tax return. If you are not required to file a tax return and do not wish to do so, it does not have to file a return only to report their coverage or claim an exemption.

What is included in the income of the household?

F purposes of the tax credit of premium, the household income is adjusted gross income (AGI, by its acronym in English) modified for you and your spouse if filing jointly, in addition, the modified AGI of each individual in your tax family whom you claim as a dependent and required who file a tax return since their income meets the threshold for filing. The household income does not include the modified AGI of individuals who you claim as dependents and those filing only to claim a refund of taxes withheld or estimated tax. For this and other questions and detailed answers of the premium tax credit.

The IRS asks to see my 1095-A. What should I do?

You must follow the instructions of the correspondence received from the IRS. Maybe a copy of the form 1095-A will be asked to verify the information included in your tax return. Visit our web site statements of the medical insurance market for more information about form 1095 — and how to obtain a copy.

If I received advance payments of the tax credit of premium, would I submit a statement even if not is has required me do it earlier?

Yes. If you received the benefit of advance payments of the premium tax credit, you must file a tax return to reconcile the amount of the credit payments made on your behalf with the amount of your current premium tax credit. You must file a return and submit a form 8962 for this purpose even if otherwise is not required to file a return.

The market says that it does not present a statement but I presented before the extended deadline. What should I do?

In advance of the open enrollment period that runs until January 31, 2016, market sent letters of the open period of registration of the market and annual review to those individuals that perhaps not filed a tax return. Follow the instructions in the letter you received.

Reviewing IRS Form 8962

Login to your account on the market to update your request for the market in 2016. Check the box that informs the market that it reconciled its premium tax credits to submit a 2014 tax return and form 8962. Your request for the market update for December 15, 2015. If you do not update your request for the market, any help with costs that you normally receive will stop on December 31 from and you will be responsible for the full amount of the costs of its market as well as covered services. For additional help please visit healthcare.gov or call your market.

What are my options to get help with the presentation of my statement and reconciliation?

E-filing is the easiest way to submit a complete and accurate tax return since the software guides you through the process. Electronic filing options include assistance volunteer free, Free File of the IRS, commercial software and professional assistance. For information about filing and reconciling the payments of the credit go to IRS.gov/aca.