Capsules: Not Too Early To Plan For Health Taxes, H&R Block Says; Utah, HHS Quibble Over Best Way To Run State Insurance Market

Now on Kaiser Health News' blog, Jay Hancock writes about H&R Block's health law advice for consumers: "Even if you owe Affordable Care Act taxes, you probably won't have to start paying them until next year. But H&R Block wants you to come in and talk about them now" (Hancock, 1/14).

Also on Capsules, Phil Galewitz reports on the latest developments regarding Utah's health exchange: "The Obama administration says it is bending over backwards to help states carry out the federal health law. Utah'’s top health insurance exchange official says the federal government could do more" (Galewitz, 1/15). Check out what else is on the blog.

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