By Ammon R. Fillmore, Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC
As the Affordable Care Act enrollment period closing date approaches (it was extended for an additional week because of computer problems), those who remain without coverage may face a tax penalty. It remains unforeseen how many people will be affected by the tax or whether those without sufficient coverage should expect the penalty. For more information, see this article from The New York Times.
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