Calculating Premium Assistance Subsidy Eligibility For The Covered California Advance Premium Tax Credit

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This article was originally written for the Fall 2013 open enrollment season.  See our related story about Covered California Open Enrollment Notices for the 2015 open enrollment and the latest Anthem story.

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One thought on “Calculating Premium Assistance Subsidy Eligibility For The Covered California Advance Premium Tax Credit

  1. CeCe Harper

    What if my employer offers insurance for me and my family and I cant afford it. Combined household income is 83k and my family premium is $1,348.12 per month. How do I qualify for a subsidy?

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