I was in the US from 2010 - July, 2016, and had health insurance all the time. In August, 2016, I moved back to my home country for good - but technically I still count as a resident alien for 2016 in the US for tax purposes.
For 2016, I had health insurance up to July. After I moved back home, I didn't have health insurance from July - December (obviously, since I didn't need it and I wasn't planning on moving back).
When filing my taxes on TurboTax, they're fining me $100 per month for each of those months that I didn't have health insurance. Is there any way to avoid this tax penalty?
I don't seem to qualify for any of the exemptions listed here.