Premium Tax Credit
If you get insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, and not another source like your employer or a government sponsored plan, you may be eligible for a Premium Tax Credit to help you pay for that coverage.
Premium Tax Credit Change Estimator
Helps you estimate how your premium tax credit will change if your income or family size changes during the year.
Individual Shared Responsibility Provision
Starting in January 2014 and through December 2018 the Individual Shared Responsibility Provision requires you and each member of your family to have qualifying health care coverage (called minimum essential coverage) in each month of the year, qualify for an exemption from coverage, or make a shared responsibility payment when you file your federal income tax return.
Note: For tax year 2019 and forward, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2018 reduced this shared payment requirement to zero. You are no longer required to report this on your federal individual income tax return starting in January 2019.
Individual Shared Responsibility Provision Payment Estimator (no longer active)
Helps you estimate the amount you may have to pay if you didn’t have minimum essential coverage during the year.
Healthcare Information Forms
Because your health coverage can affect your taxes, you may receive informational forms from insurance providers – the Marketplace, your insurer, or your employer. For more information on these forms — who should expect to receive the forms, how they can be used, and how to file with or without the forms — see IRS.gov’s questions and answers and details on IRS Forms 1095-A, 1095-B, and 1095-C.