Officials Launch Special Enrollment Period For Taxpayers Who Didn’t Realize There’s A Penalty For Not Having Health Insurance
More than 11 million people signed up for health insurance during the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period, but federal officials think a few more will be interested after doing their taxes, so they’re launching a special enrollment period tomorrow.
The I.R.S. will start taking tax returns in less than two weeks, and an early start may put taxpayers at an advantage this year. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice to get you started.
Mayor Nutter says he’ll do his best to avoid cuts to city services, as he attempts to close a new $70 million dollar deficit caused by a new contract award for police officers.
Don O’Shell, the county chief of courts, said the county should deduct a percentage from the accounts to pay court-ordered costs, fines and restitution.
One of New Jersey’s few free beaches might start charging. Wildwood officials on Friday will consider whether to hold a special election in March to ask voters if they want beach fees.
A Philadelphia city councilman’s plan to give council direct and final control over hundreds of millions of dollars isn’t sitting too well with a local political watchdog group.
Gov. Chris Christie’s trip to the Middle East this month cost New Jersey taxpayers $39,871.
Chris discusses a state audit of the PA Liquor Control Boards wine kiosks, Mitt Romney’s plan to take down Rick Perry and talks to Phillies Play-by-Play Annoucer Scott Franzke about dealing with Hurricane Irene and the series in Cincinatti against the Reds.
The legislature’s budget-writing committee has voted to give state employees in Delaware a pay raise.