Question: My projected income was over 400 percent of the fpl. However, it will wind up being lower. When I initially signed up last year, I think I chose to get a subsidy in one lump sum. Obviously, I have not gotten anything, because my projected income is high 83k.Is there a way to look at the website and see what I chose. I WOULD RATHER NOT CALL THEM, FOR FEAR THEY WOULD ASK ME ABOUT INCOME CHANGE. Do I need to worry about what I chose, since my projected income disqualifies me for aptc. Would I have been given a subsidy option with my income that High? I can't remember exactly what I did when signing up. Plus, I did call to report an income change, and the person on the phone asked me to break Down my income from various sources by month, so I am not sure if something might have been changed. My projected income was still higher than the 400 percent. Should I just not call them and leave it for reconciliation at tax time next year.
Answer: If you opted for premium assistance in one lump sum, you are in good shape. If you qualify for a subsidy, you'll get it when you file your taxes. if you were not due any premium assistance, there's nothing to repay. Logon to your Covered California online account, from the homepage select "Summary" and then select "Change Premium Assistance Amount" and the next page you see will explain which payment option you have - monthly or lump-sum. If it's not what you want, you can change it.