Advance Premium Tax Credit (APTC) is a financial benefit that reduces your monthly health insurance payment when you buy coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace®. It’s based on your estimated yearly income. Key Points: APTC lowers your monthly health insurance cost upfront. You estimate your income to determine eligibility. You may need to repay excess […]
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A form of financial support you might receive from a partner you used to live with or an ex-partner.
A way of measuring how much of your health care costs your insurance plan will cover.
The maximum amount that your insurance company will pay towards your health care costs in a year.
A group of physicians, hospitals, and other healthcare providers working together to provide high-quality, coordinated patient care.
The total amount that family members in health insurance must pay out of pocket for medical care or prescription drugs before health insurance begins to pay.
A type of exemption that someone can claim to qualify for Catastrophic Coverage, along with hardship exemptions.
The maximum amount a plan will pay for covered health care services.
A request to your health insurer or the Health Insurance Marketplace® to reconsider a decision that denies a benefit or payment.