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Affordable Care Act changes for Individuals

The individual mandate penalty increases to the higher of 2 percent of yearly household income or $325 person per year, with a maximum penalty per family for those using this method of $975. In addition, federal poverty level guidelines, used to determine if the individual qualifies for subsidy, have increased.


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