Bloch, Rothman & Associates

Denver's leader in tax preparation and tax resolution issues


Tax Preparation

Bloch, Rothman and Associates was established in 1983 as one of Denver's most reputable and trustworthy accounting firms.

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Tax Resolutions

Dealing with a tax issue can be overwhelming. Bloch Rothman is your Denver accountant for disputes with the IRS.

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Bloch, Rothman and Associates is your Denver accountant and bookkeeping service. Call our experts today for assistance.

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Bloch Rothman is Denver’s leader in tax preparation and tax resolution issues. Our experienced accountants will get you back on track with the IRS. As Denver’s top accounting firm, we also provide payroll services and general accounting for you or your business. Bloch Rothman also serves Aurora for general accounting services. Dealing with IRS can be extremely stressful. Whether its getting your tax returns filed on time or negotiating past tax debt, Bloch Rothman will restore your peace of mind. Most importantly, our staff treats each client with the utmost accuracy and personal attention. Bloch Rothman, the number one accounting firm in Denver

Our Denver accountants are seasoned experts in all accounting areas. We carry an A+ rating for our services with the Better Business Bureau, and enjoy a local reputation as a leader in the Denver and Aurora accounting fields. We provide accounting services in Denver and Aurora to a variety of industries and work with individuals, joint ventures, non-profit organizations, small businesses, and large corporations alike.

We utilize the very best and latest software versions, so you can be sure to receive accurate and timely reports and statements. As an added bonus, we offer expert guidance that will help you master the financial aspects of your business. To those who choose us as their Denver accountants, we pledge to take care of all of your financial needs including payroll services, personal tax preparation, tax planning, tax litigation, property, business taxes and more. Our meticulous approach to accounting and taxation is an excellent value for any Denver business. Our team of trusted professionals have been serving the Denver and Aurora area for almost thirty years. When it comes to financial needs such as accounting and tax preparations at the lowest prices, we can work with almost any budget. For a FREE initial consultation, contact us at 303-321-7160 or browse our full site for more information.

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How Healthcare Plays a Role in Your Denver Taxes


May 24, 2017

Based on the Affordable Care Act (ACA), all Americans are required to have health insurance. If there is a period of time where an individual does not have health insurance, they will have to pay a penalty. All of this will occur during tax season. While things may change in the future under a different presidential administration, but unless something changes, you must abide by the laws under the ACA. Learn more about top basic ACA health insurance guidelines, a go-to look at paying a penalty and exemptions.

Basic ACA Health Insurance Guidelines

According to federal law, all Americans are required to have health insurance. By abiding by this law, you as a citizen can take advantage of free preventative care, insurance companies not denying you for pre-existing conditions and more. Insurance can be through your employer or separately, such as the Health Insurance Marketplace. If you have insurance, you will receive one of three forms: 1095-A, 1095-B or 1095C. The 1095-A will come from the Healthcare Insurance Marketplace, 1095-B is sent from those who have insurance not under their employer and the 1095-C is for those with insurance through their employer.

Premium Tax Credit

For some Americans, there is the Premium Tax Credit available to assist with paying premiums. In order to qualify, in the IRS’ The Premium Tax Credit, it says income must fall between 100 and 400 percent of the federal poverty line based on the size of your family. Next, unless there are certain extenuating circumstances, you cannot receive the credit if you file “Married Filing Separately.” They add that dependents cannot receive the tax credit, you must be covered through the Health Insurance Marketplace, are not eligible for other government programs and pay your premiums.

Paying a Penalty

Those who do not have health insurance have to pay a fine. You will be charged for the months that you and/or members of your family were not insured. You will have to pay your fine when you file your tax returns. According to HealthCare.gov’s The Fee for Not Having Health Insurance, you will pay the higher of the following two: 2.5 percent of household income (with a maximum  of total yearly premium for Bronze plan from the Marketplace) or $695 per adult and $347.50 for children under 18 (up to $2,085).

Exemptions

There are exemptions to paying the mandatory fine for not having health insurance. They include having insurance offered through an employer that is higher than you can afford, you are not a legal citizen or are in prison, or if you are in a healthcare sharing ministry. In addition, those who are impacted by a natural disaster, are homeless or other reasons are also exempt. You can speak with your local premier tax specialist to see if you are exempt from paying the fine.

Understanding healthcare and tax laws can be difficult—but Bloch, Rothman and Associates can help. Our quality one-on-one service will help you prepare for your next return and answer all questions you have about health insurance mandates and more. Learn about our personal tax preparation to see how we can best help you!
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