Here's a quick recap of what we've been talking about this week:
-48 million Americans currently don't have health insurance. That's according to the Census Bureau.
-Enrollment for the online marketplace at www.healthcare.gov started Tuesday. Many are having technical difficulties getting through to the site.
-If you have low - or no - income, you'll still have to buy health insurance somehow.You may be eligible for cheaper premiums and tax credits.
-If you're already insured through Medicaid, Medicare, an employer or a private plan, you're covered and you won't have to do anything.Some parts of your coverage may change, so you will want to check with your provider.
-If you're a small business owner with less than 50 employees, you're not required to provide coverage. However, if you choose to offer plans through the marketplace, you may be eligible for up to 50% in tax credits.
-Enrollment closes March 31. If you want your coverage to start on January 1, you will need to sign up by December 15.
-If you choose not to get insured, you will have to pay fines that are taken out of your tax refund. That fine is $95 per adult or 1% of your income (whichever is higher) in 2014 and continues to jump each year you're uninsured
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