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www.healthcare.gov/fees/fee-for-not-being-covered

For plan years through 2018, if you can afford health insurance but choose not to buy it, you may pay a fee called the individual Shared Responsibility Payment ...

www.healthcare.gov/glossary/penalty

A payment ("fee," "fine," "individual mandate") you make when you file taxes if you don't have health insurance that counts as qualifying health ...

www.healthcare.gov/health-coverage-exemptions/exemptions-from-the-fee

Exemptions from the requirement to have health insurance ... If you don't have coverage during 2019 or later, you don't need an exemption to avoid the penalty.

help.ihealthagents.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001888334-What-is-the-penalty-for-not-having-health-insurance-in-2021-

There is no federal penalty for not having health insurance since 2019, however, certain states and jurisdictions have enacted their own health insurance ...

www.coveredca.com/learning-center/tax-penalty-details-and-exemptions/penalty

Penalty. Starting in 2020, California residents must either: Have qualifying health insurance coverage, or; Pay a penalty when filing a state ...

www.ehealthinsurance.com/resources/individual-and-family/does-your-state-require-you-to-have-health-insurance

Nov 23, 2020 ... Individuals who do not comply with the individual mandate are assessed penalties based on the higher penalty amount calculated from either 2.5 ...

www.medmutual.com/For-Individuals-and-Families/Health-Insurance-Education/Health-Insurance-Basics/Penalty-Estimator.aspx

If you could afford health insurance in 2018 but did not purchase coverage, you will likely have to pay a penalty amounting to either 2.5 percent of your yearly ...

www.healthinsurance.org/faqs/is-there-still-a-penalty-for-being-uninsured

The ACA's individual mandate penalty was assessed for the last time on tax ... via the Massachusetts health insurance exchange (here are the details for penalty ...

www.healthinsurance.org/obamacare/obamacare-penalty-calculator

Federal penalties for being uninsured no longer apply since 2019, but some ... had health insurance before the ACA, and didn't need to worry about the penalty  ...

turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tips/health-care/understand-and-avoid-health-care-reform-tax-penalties/L595CKI9f

Penalty amounts. For 2014, the penalty was set at 1 percent of income or $95 per uninsured adult and $47.50 per uninsured child under 18 (whichever is higher) ...