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If my annual income was $29,462 and I was uninsured months

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If my annual income for 2015 was $29,462 and I was uninsured for 6 months because my employer healthcare was unavailable since enrollment is in July annually, and I had a wage garnishment of $250 per month from a student loan default, would i qualify for a health care exemption?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Stephen G. replied 1 year ago.

Here's the issue. In order to determine if you qualify for any of the exceptions, you need to respond to a number of questions.

Rather than just repeat everything here & wait for your responses, let me refer you to the page in the ACA that helps determine if you qualify for an exception.

Here's the link:

After you check this out & have further questions let me know.

Steve G.