Affordable Care Act (ACA)Let Jackson Hewitt explain the healthcare connection. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) changes the rules for health insurance. Everyone can now buy coverage. However, the law has a tax penalty for people who do not have health insurance. Coverage may also get cheaper. Many people will qualify for a new tax credits. Others may qualify for free coverage. Learn More How Will ACA Affect Me?The ACA governing health insurance takes effect in 2014 and will change the rules... Select OneFamilies with ChildrenAdults Under Age 65How Will ACA Affect My Organization?The ACA makes a lot of changes that will affect your decisions as a small employer. Select OneSmall EmployersHospitalsPolicy MakersResourcesThe latest ACA reports, FAQs, and information you need to stay up-to-date on the Affordable Care Act.View Resources Video series: The basics of the Affordable Care Act In this 10-part video series, Brian Haile, Senior Vice President for Health Care Policy, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, Inc., talks about the basics of the Affordable Care Act. Watch Now Ask Tax Pro for details. Consistent with State law, we do not provide advice about the selection of qualified health plans and instead refer such queries to a properly licensed third-party or to the insurance marketplace. Most offices are independently owned and operated.