Penalties and Exemptions

This fact sheet is intended for consumers who do not enroll in health insurance and want to understand any potential tax penalties they may face and to determine if they may be exempt from the requirement to have health insurance.

This fact sheet is intended for consumers who do not enroll in health insurance and want to understand any potential tax penalties they may face and to determine if they may be exempt from the requirement to have health insurance.

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