Frequently-asked questions by tag

catastrophic plan

What is the ACA’s catastrophic plan and who is eligible?

What is the ACA’s catastrophic plan and who is eligible?

July 14, 2019 – The catastrophic plan is available to people under age 30, or people 30 and older who qualify for a hardship exemption from the ACA's… Read more

If my income is less than expected this year, I might be eligible for Medicaid. What can I do to cover my bases?

If my income is less than expected this year, I might be eligible for Medicaid. What can I do to cover my bases?

November 14, 2018 – Q: I'm self-employed, so my income varies from one year to the next. I enrolled through the exchange and projected an income that makes me… Read more

Starting in 2010, the ACA allowed young adults to remain on their parent’s health plans until age 26. Is that still the case?

Under the ACA, can young adults still remain on their parents’ health plans until age 26?

March 4, 2018 – Q. I know that the ACA allows young adults to remain on their parents’ health insurance until age 26. Has anything changed about that… Read more

My health plan is being terminated on December 31. Does that mean I’m exempt from the ACA’s individual mandate?

My health plan was terminated because it didn’t comply with the ACA. Does that mean I’m exempt from the individual mandate?

December 26, 2017 – Q: My health insurance carrier has informed me that my policy is being terminated on December 31. I’ve heard that I’m therefore exempt… Read more