Expat, do you need an Obamacare plan?

Expat, Meet Obamacare.

Whether the individual mandate to purchase health insurance and the penalties for not purchasing it will depend on whether the expatriate is either:

1) Eligible for the IRS’s foreign earned income exclusion, which means the expatriate must have a tax home (the general area of your main place of business or employment where you happen to be permanently or indefinitely engaged) in a foreign country, as well as be either a legitimate resident in that country, or

2) spend at least 330 days a year outside the United States.

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