Don't Have Health Insurance? Expect Penalties

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▶ "Many Americans out there are still uninsured and Phase 2 of that is now they're subject to tax penalties when they do their tax return this upcoming year for 2014," said Eric Ulatowski, senior account executive of CH Insurance Brokerage. Flip②▶FLIPBOARD : Don't Have Health Insurance? Expect Penalties

▶As of Dec. 26, 2014, 6.5 million people signed up for coverage in federally run exchanges — that includes new enrollments, people actively re-enrolling and existing customers who allowed their coverage to automatically renew, according to the Department of Health and Human Services’ weekly enrollment update. Flip②▶FLIPBOARD : Obamacare Enrollment Tops 7 Million

▶Home-price appreciation and a strong stock market have brightened the picture for savers, but not across the board, says Morningstar's Christine Benz. Flip②▶FLIPBOARD : Retirement Readiness on the Rise for Some
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