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94%

87%

73%

**MAGI Income ♦ Medi-Cal (kids 0-18 yrs.)   up to 266% FPL 322% in Bay Area

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C-CHIP 266% to 322%
≤ 138% 1 > 138% 150% 200% > 213% 250% ≤ 266% 300% ≤ 322% 400%
1 $16,243 $16,244* $17,655 $23,540 $25,071 $29,425 $31,308 $35,310 $37,899 $47,080
2 $21,983 $21,984 $23,895 $31,860 $33,932 $39,825 $42,374 $47,790 $51,295 $63,720
3 $27,724 $27,725 $30,135 $40,180 $42,793 $50,225 $53,439 $60,270 $64,690 $80,360
Covered CA Program Eligibility by Federal Poverty Level (FPL) Chart for 2017 Open Enrollment Period (OEP)  for Ask a questionCoverage Effective  1.1.2017

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4 $33,465 $33,466 $36,375 $48,500 $51,654 $60,625 $64,505 $72,750 $78,085 $97,000
5 $39,206 $39,207 $42,615 $56,820 $60,514 $71,025 $75,571 $85,230 $91,480 $113,640
6 $44,947 $44,948 $48,855 $65,140 $69,375 $81,425 $86,636 $97,710 $104,875 $130,280
7 $50,687 $50,688 $55,095 $73,460 $78,236 $91,825 $97,702 $110,190 $118,271 $146,920
8 $56,428 $56,429 $61,335 $81,780 $87,097 $102,225 $108,767 $122,670 $131,666 $163,560
 

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94 = ≥138  to ≤150%     87 = >150 to ≤200% FPL     73 = >200 to ≤250% FPL
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Formerly AIM (Access for Infants & Mothers)
(No PA)  (> 213% to ≤ 322%)
For each additional person, add $5,741 $6,240 $8,320 $8,861 $10,400 $11,066 $12,480 $13,395 $16,640

 

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Here’s screen shots of Covered CA’s ONLINE Application of how you might want to take less or zero subsidy and just even out at tax time.  Covered CA brochure on take it now or later Page 4.  It may also help keep you out of Medi-Cal if your income is too low, see  Federal Poverty Level –FPL chart or get a quote. • Changing APTC – Recorded Webinar • Changing APTC –  PDF of Webinar Presentation

  • Changing APTC – Job Aid 2015
    Aid Codes dhcs.ca.gov/services/medi-cal/Documents/Eligibility%20and%20Enrollment%20Workgroup/AidCodesandStatuswMap.pdf link no longer works – google it
    IRS Q & A on Medical Expense Deduction – if expenses are more than 10% of income irs.gov/Individuals/Questions-and-Answers:-2013-Changes-to-the-Itemized-Deduction-for-Medical-Expenses IRS Publication 502 – Medical & Dental Expenses – See page 8 Premiums count in the calculation. irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p502.pdf If the links don’t work, google it
    I was thinking and concerned about this. I can’t even find a part time employee to help out with the SNAFU’s of ACA or to search provider lists. Then people complain they can’t find a job. Here’s an article saying that people won’t work, if it causes them to lose subsidy! “In particular, the health insurance subsidies that the act provides to some people will be phased out as their income rises—creating an implicit tax on additional earnings—whereas for other people, the act imposes higher taxes on labor from income directly.” The law’s exchange subsidies will lower incentives to work through both a “substitution effect” and an “income effect,” the report elaborates. In the first, as incomes rise, subsidies fall, which makes work less attractive. In that case, some people will choose not to work or work less and substitute other activities for work. The income effect occurs because the subsidies increase resources for people, which allows them to maintain the same standard of living while working less. http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20140204/NEWS/302049973/aca-means-bigger-effect-on-workforce-costs-government-1-48-trillion?AllowView=VXQ0UnpwZTVDUFNhL1IzSkUvSHRlRU9yajBnZEErRmU=