King v. Burwell: A Collection of In-Depth Analysis and Insight

In King v. Burwell, a high-profile case that dealt with the IRS’s authority under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to provide premium subsidies to eligible taxpayers who reside in a state that declined to establish a health insurance exchange, the Supreme Court ultimately concluded that the IRS can allow premium tax credits for individuals residing in states in which the federal government established the exchange.

While the obligations of individuals who obtain subsidized coverage through an exchange are unchanged, the decision may provide guidance on the likely outcome of other judicial challenges to the validity of IRS interpretations of ACA.

Bloomberg Tax’s collection of in-depth insight and analysis on this case will equip you with the information and guidance you need to navigate the implications of this decision.