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    I just received my 2020 1095-C showing full health insurance for my entire family. i will be transitioning from fellow to attg and taking july off, so I will not have any health ins until August 1. I am planning to use COBRA if needed, as has been suggested on this forum.

    because i received my 1095 today, it got me thinking, since I cannot claim that i have been covered for health insurance all 12 months of the year, will this incur a penalty?

  • #2
    there are no more penalties.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Peds View Post
      there are no more penalties.
      No take, only give.

      Dog accounting, the way congress runs health care policy...

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      • #4
        Unless you live in a state that has a requirement!

        I think no penalty applied unless you were uninsured for more than 3 consecutive months. Could be mistaken. Would assume states that have a mandate would follow a similar rule.

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