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Breaking down Obamacare penalties

Some exemptions exist for public to avoid paying fines

8:51 PM, Oct. 13, 2013
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The most visible effect of Obamacare was the opening this month of the online marketplace where Wisconsinites - and people across the country - can buy health insurance.

But the most biting effect won't be felt until April 15, 2015, when the penalties will be assessed on those who don't buy insurance.

Americans will be required to provide proof of health insurance with their 2014 tax return or pay a fine to the Internal Revenue Service. Those fines will be 1 percent of annual income or $95 per person - whichever is higher - plus $47.50 per child, up to a maximum of $285 per family. ...

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