The IRS won’t require people to mark whether they have health insurance when filing their tax returns, a shift from current requirements under the Affordable Care Act’s individual insurance mandate. The agency walked back a previous decision to require an indication of coverage on tax returns after President Donald Trump signed an executive order Jan. 20 requiring federal agencies to reduce the burden of the ACA. The law requires individuals to maintain health coverage or pay a penalty. IRS had previously said such “silent returns” would be rejected.