The deadline to enroll in health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is less than three weeks away, and the law could impact your future tax situation.If you already have health insurance, you are in compliance with the mandate and don't need to worry about the deadline. This includes health insurance coverage provided by your current or former employer, Medicare, Medicaid or other government-sponsored health insurance including programs for veterans.Buying coverage through the federal or a state insurance exchange, you may find that you are eligible for financial assistance including the premium tax credit, which will help lower the out-of-pocket expense of your monthly premium.Many of the tax provisions included in the president's signature legislation went into effect on Jan. 1, 2014, so your 2013 income tax return will likely not be affected. But if you are without coverage by the due date of March 31, you could face some fairly expensive tax penalties depending upon your situa...
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