Critical Case Comment

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Section 522(f) and the Distinction Between Tractors and Mowers: Which Way Does the Law(n) Cut?

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Exemptions and Other Pitfalls - Part 5 of 6

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Rule 3002.1: A Case Odyssey

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Exemptions and Other Pitfalls - Part 4 of 6

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The Marital Adjustment: A Non-Filing Spouse’s Cooperation is Required

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Motions to Extend the Stay: Coming to a Casino – or a Chapter 13 – Somewhere Near You? Part II of II

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Exemptions and Other Pitfalls Part 3 of 6

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What to Do if You Get a Letter about the Premium Tax Credit

Some taxpayers will be receiving an IRS letter about the premium tax credit; this letter is also known as a 12C letter. Be sure to read your letter carefully and respond timely. Here are answers to questions you may have about this letter.

Why am I getting this letter?

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What to Do if You Get a Corrected or Voided Form 1095-A

If you or anyone in your household enrolled in a health plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace in 2015, you should have received a Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace Statement, from the Marketplace. You will use the information on the form to claim the premium tax credit if you’re eligible, to reconcile advance payments . . . → Read More: What to Do if You Get a Corrected or Voided Form 1095-A