Litigating Affordable Care Act Cases (May 6, 2016)
Vermont Legal Aid's Christine Speidel was was of four panelists who presented on this topic at the American Bar Association Section of Taxation's May meeting in Washington D.C.
The presentation focused on issues related to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) raised in pending Tax Court cases, including deficiency cases involving the premium tax credit. The panel also addressed issues affecting immigrants who seek to enroll in a health plan and provided strategies to avoid disqualification from enrollment or access to the premium tax credit.
The presentation was sponsored by the ABA Tax Section Diversity Committee.
Panelists: Matthew Lopas, National Immigration Law Center, Washington DC; Linda Mosakowski, Assistant Division Counsel, Pre-filing, Office of Chief Counsel (Small Business/Self-Employed), IRS, Washington DC; Christine Speidel, Vermont Legal Aid Inc., Springfield, VT; Stephen J. Toomey, Senior Counsel, Office of Associate Chief Counsel (Income Tax & Accounting), IRS, Washington DC
Handout: Premium Tax Credit | Emerging Issues by Christine Speidel