The ACA includes an advanced premium tax credit to help qualified Americans pay for insurance coverage acquired through government-sponsored marketplaces.

Approximately 85 percent of people who obtained marketplace coverage for 2014 qualified for the credit.

Credit eligibility and amount are based on several factors, including household income and the number of people in the household. Estimate your eligibility with TaxAct's Health Care Tax Credit Calculator.

Uninsured Americans who don't qualify for an exemption may have to pay a penalty at tax time. The penalty amount depends on the number of uninsured adults and children in your household and your household income. Calculate your 2015 penalty amount with TaxAct's Health Care Tax Penalty Calculator.

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