The subsidy scale is the term I use to reference the amount of money the government is going to give you as a tax credit to bring down the price of your health insurance. If you fall below or above the scale then you will not receive any tax credit. If you do fall within the scale, the lower on the scale you are the more money you will receive and, conversely, the higher on the scale you are the less you will receive.
Also, if you are on the lower end of the scale you could qualify for “Reduced Cost Sharing” which will give you access to plans with lower deductible, lower copay and lower Maximum Out Of Pocket (MOOP) amounts.
Call me at any time to determine where you will fall on the scale and to see if you can qualify for reduced cost sharing.
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