What happens to people who get subsidies, then find out they shouldn’t?

People who received subsidies for purchasing health insurance through an Affordable Care Act exchange and are found to be ineligible for that aid will have to pay it back, but maybe not the full amount. This information from the Treasury Department could affect the 300,000 consumers who were asked to provide more information about their immigration status or citizenship by this week’s deadline as well as anyone who received tax credits and is later found to be ineligible. Kaiser Health News (8/29)

Last Updated 01/19/2022

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