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Is it you don't qualify for an employer sponsored group health plan or not yet eligible for Medicare? Need affordable health or temporary health coverage?
Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Catastrophic health plans are available but choices vary by the county you reside in. The bad news is many insurance companies have exited the ACA market so there maybe limited choices in your WI county.
Free quotes for plans on or off the Health Insurance Exchange (Marketplace) are just a click or phone call away!
NOTE: Annual and special enrollment periods do apply for qualified ACA health plans.
2019 Annual Open Enrollment Period starts November 1st, 2019 and ends
December 15th, 2019 for plan year for January 1st 2020 effective dates.
Note: Certain non-qualified ACA plans, such as temporary short term health insurance plans or dental, vision, hearing plans, may be available year round with or without underwriting (other restrictions may apply).
Examples of qualifying life events:
Do you qualify for a subsidy?
You may qualify for an income subsidy if your income is between 100% and 400% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL), which for 2019 was set at an annual income of $12,140 for a single person. If you are married and/or have children the FPL benchmark is higher and you would add $4,320 per person in your household. Most people that qualify for the subsidy will receive this in the form of an advanced income tax credit applied directly to the cost of their insurance premium. If your projected income changes during the year your subsidy will get readjusted when you file your income tax. Example: If you had more household income than you estimated for the year, you would be responsible to pay part or all of the tax credits back. The same is true in reverse. If income is less than projected, then any amounts in your favor would be in the form of additional tax credits. Also note that Wisconsin residents that have income less than 100% of the FPL may qualify for WI Badgercare.
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KCL Insurance or Ken Lickel does not provide tax advice. The material provided is for informational purposes only. Please consult your tax or legal adviser for questions concerning your personal tax or financial situation.