Although the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act eliminated the Affordable Care Act penalty on federal tax returns, California, the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Rhode Island continue to assess a health insurance penalty for uninsured taxpayers. Vermont requires health insurance, but as of now, there is no penalty for noncompliance.
- Credits and deductions
- Healthcare and medical expenses
- Can I avoid paying the health insurance penalty in 2022?
Can I avoid paying the health insurance penalty in 2022?
SOLVED•by TurboTax•205•Updated January 13, 2023
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