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Health Insurance Subsidy Income Guidelines
Comrade Financial Group has helped many individuals and families in the Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia are obtain Health Insurance with and without subsidies. It is important to remember that this subsidy is an advanced tax credit to help with the monthly premium and not a gift. The amount of help depends on your tax filing status and MAGI which is Modified Gross Adjusted Income. See the chart below for income guidelines to see if you fall into the Federal FPL guidelines.
Each year when you complete your tax return, your income is calculated and if you have had insurance for more than 9 months you will not have to pay the ACA penalty. If you have not, there are penalties that increase for the next 3 years, unless the ACA gets repealed. Based on that income your subsidy could increase or decrease. For more information please call us.
Jack Fleming – Insurance Broker
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Comrade Financial Group put together this brief video going over changes for Health Insurance under the Affordable Care Act for residents in Maryland, DC and Virginia.
Most people are unaware that yes Obamacare or Affordable Care Act open enrollment starts on October 1st with effective dates of Jan 1, 2012. That is for individuals and family plans. The Small Business open enrollment will start Jan 1,2014 with effective date of Mar 31, 2012. The majority of the people still don’t have a clue about their current plans and if they will continue through that start of ACA implementation. If your current plan was in place prior to Mar 1, 2010 your plan could be grandfathered but please check to see if the benefit level is increasing to match the new required Essential Health Benefits. If not, then your plan is on the old system of doing things. Please check with a knowledgable broker on the subject if you are unclear.
Individual Disability Insurance is a great idea. It is Insurance designed to replace anywhere from 40-60% of your gross income on a tax-free basis should you become Sick or Ill and keeps you from earning an income. All policies are different and it is very detailed so you can’t really shop online for it. You have to contact an Insurance Broker to find out exactly what you need and expect from the policy. If you work in an office, your premiums will most likely be lower than an Iron worker and vise versa. There is Own Occupation which is the most comprehensive you can get. There are other policies like Income Replacement and Gainful Occupation that pay less but that is the best reason to call someone and discuss your options. No one expects to become Disabled, but it happens and there is Insurance for it. You can also use riders to Life Insurance policies and Annuity contracts that can accomplish the same coverage.
Jack Fleming – Ins. Broker