Submitted by admin on Wed, 06/10/2015 - 2:21am
Bukaty Financial Services opened a new office in Austin, Texas, in February 2015.
Austin is the third location for the rapidly growing division, which in addition to adding staff to in the Kansas City office, acquired two Denver firms in January 2015.
“Austin is a great growth market,” said Vince Morris, president, Bukaty Financial Services. “Our exponential company growth strengthens the service and opportunities we provide all our clients, in every region.”
Despite many warnings about the February 15, 2015, health insurance deadline, you might have gotten another break.
Did you know that you could owe money when you file your tax return if you don't have health insurance?
Apparently, many didn't.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced another special enrollment period from March 15 to April 30.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced that, for some, the Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment deadline is extended to February 22, 2015.
Coverage will have a March 1, 2015, effective date.
The extension is in response to technical issues enrollers may have experienced as well as extended call wait times on February 15 and the days leading up the deadline.
CMS conditions for an enrollment extension:
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 01/28/2015 - 9:25am
Bukaty Companies Financial Services announces the expansion of its Denver office with the acquisitions of Investment Management Consultants Limited and 401K Squared.
The addition of the Littleton, Colorado, companies brings a total of 60 retirement plans under management and 210 high-net-worth clients to Bukaty Companies’ Denver offices.
Bukaty will have eight employees in the region, and growth will continue with several new employees by year end.
On your tax return this year, Uncle Sam will ask if you had minimum essential health insurance coverage in 2014.
If not, you’ll pay a penalty with your tax return, unless you qualify for one of multiple exemptions allowed by the IRS.
The moment of truth appears on Line 61 of the Form 1040. If you had qualifying coverage for every month of 2014, you can check the “full-year coverage” box.
Otherwise, you’ll need to complete Form 8965 and identify the exemption you qualify for, or calculate the penalty for not having coverage and enter it on Line 61.