Covered CA – Medi-Cal MAGI Income Chart for Program Qualifications  *  2017 Updates

Complementary Quotes, FPL Calculation, Program Eligiblity  & Benefits

FAQ’s  & Explanations

Chart good to 3.2017 copied from Covered CA
2017 FPL Income Chart Medi-Cal & Covered CA – Click here to enlarge or if you can’t see the chart in your browser

*Chart copied from Covered CA.com ** 2017 FPL Page 16 Plan Rates ** & Max Herr, ** Comments   and then we improved it

FAQ’s, Explanations & More Details 

Household Size   *  Flow Chart

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How many dependents are on your Tax Return?  Section 151

Household Income includes all dependents

What is MAGI Modified Adjusted Gross Income – Line 37 AGI + Social Security, Tax Exempt Interest & Foreign Income

Tax Return Reconcilation of Subsidy on 1040, 1095 and 8962 at the end of the year

Medi-Cal    One can get FREE MAGI Income Line 37 of your 1040  Based Medi-Cal     – If income falls  below 138% of the CA Poverty Line below.  No asset  test, no more estate recovery.

MAGI Medi-Cal for Pregnant Women

Medi-Cal Access Program   If you’re pregnant – up to 322% of FPL –  Formerly AIM

C-CHIP County Children’s Health Initiative Program

Enhanced Silver – Cost Sharing  94, 87 & 73  

Silver 70 $2,500 Deductible and Standard Metal Levels, Bronze $5k deductible, Gold $0 Deductible and Platinum

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Related Pages in Income – FPL & Program Chart

Flow Chart from IRS Website – Eligibilty for APTC Advance Premium Tax Credit – Subsidy

Accepted proofs of income for Covered CA  –  IMHO your 1040 is the best one!

Federal Poverty Level (FPL) Chart

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Share of Cost (Cost Sharing Reduction) Medi-Cal – Doesn’t apply in CA!  (≥100 to ≤150%)  FPL – The rules for 100 to 138 are quite complex  doesn’t apply in CA Learn More ===> Western Poverty & Law 375 booklet email us

10 comments on “Income Chart – Line 37** Covered CA MAGI

  1. What is the max income that a family of 4 can make and still qualify for L. A. Care?

    Please if you can answer me I will greatly appreciate it.

    Thank you!

    • Do you mean on Medi-Cal or with Covered CA subsidies? Click here and get a complementary proposal, benefits and subsidiy calculation. Note that Medi-Cal is 138% of FPL for the whole family. If you are above that, the parents can get Covered CA with enhanced silver and subsidies, while the children stay on till 266% of FPL. In certain northern counties till 322% of fpl. Again, the best way to see is getting the free quote. Even if you don’t qualify for Medi-Cal, with subsidies, the premiums are VERY low!

  2. Mr Shorr,
    Thank you for this important information.
    My question is about my mom, who is both a senior and disabled. She is currently receiving Medi-Cal aid since she requires a significant amount of home care during the day and early evenings.
    What is the income level for her to receive 100% Medi-Cal benefits for home care. Rather than the rate based on a “cost-sharing reduction”.

    Thank you. Mic

  3. i am having a hard time trying to see if i can get medi-cal. i dont understand most of those charts. i am 60 years old drawing ssi – Supplemental Security Income from my deceased husband. i make 18,588.00 a year, i cant work and i am trying to get on disabilty. but not went through yet. can you send me to the right web site, or tell me if i can get it?

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