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Question of the Day:
What happens to cost-sharing charges people have already paid if their income drops and they become eligible for a different level of cost-sharing reductions?

Resolving Inconsistencies Resource

From the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

ALL HANDS ON DECK NEEDED TO HELP CONSUMERS RESOLVE INCONSISTENCIES

Starting in late July or early August, subsidies could be reduced or terminated for hundreds of thousands of consumers who enrolled in health coverage through www.healthcare.gov.  To avoid having their subsidies go down or end, consumers must send in documents to verify their income and/or citizenship or immigration status.  Navigators, certified application counselors and others helping consumers with eligibility and enrollment in states using the Federally Facilitated Marketplace (FFM) can play a critical role in ensuring that consumers can maintain their coverage.

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