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Once the beginning of the year starts, tax paperwork starts rolling in. This year, taxes are a little different because affordable healthcare act items are added. TurboTax wants to make sure that they help guide you through taxes like always and have included necessary steps to help with the healthcare aspect.
Open Enrollment ends Sunday, February 15th so this weekend is important! Make sure to check out TurboTaxHealth.com for all the details about how health insurance affects your taxes. Plus, if you have a simply return (1040A/EZ) you can head over to TurboTax.com to file absolutely free before February 16th!
The TurboTax Health site helps you understand how your specific insurance status affects your tax situation. Whether you are insured through work, privately, through medicare or uninsured – TurboTax will help you figure it out and make sure you get your maximum refund this year.
I created a printable to help keep track of which paperwork has come in and what I need to find before I sit down and start working on my taxes. It is divided between income and deductions since I find that TurboTax is easiest when working on all the income at one time and then all the deductions.
Want a copy of the printable for yourself? Click on the image below to download the PDF.
This year, make sure that you have your healthcare information on the list.
Want to learn more? Check out the TurboTax website and TurboTax Health website. Have you started your taxes? I’m thinking that this long weekend is going to be the perfect time for me to sit down and work on them.