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ACA (Affordable Care Act) Calls

Jul 1, 2019 – Jul 31, 2019
Event Type: General
Community Wellness
731 Alexander Rd
Princeton

Things to bring for your Affordable Care Act (ACA) assistance appointment:

  • Username and password for your personal email account.  You will need this to create a marketplace account.  If you do not have an email account, you will create one at the appointment if you choose to apply for insurance online.
  • Social Security number for you, your spouse and any dependents you claim on your tax return
  • Immigration information (i.e. cards, numbers) for you, your spouse and any dependents you claim on your tax return
  • If you, your spouse or any dependents you claim on your tax return are employed:
    • Employer name, address, phone number and employer identification number (this is optional)
  • Best estimate of 2018 income (before taxes) received by you, your spouse and any dependents you claim on your tax return.  Income can be from a job, unemployment, pensions, Social Security, retirement accounts, alimony or investment income that comes to you for other use.  Income from self-employment should be net of business expenses.  If you receive income from unemployment, the application may ask when it is expected to end.
  • Alimony or student loan interest paid by you, your spouse or any dependents you claim on your tax return
  • Type of health insurance (Medicaid, CHIP, Medicare, Tricare, VA health program, employer insurance, individual insurance) that you, your spouse or any dependents you claim on your tax return are enrolled in
  • For anyone who is offered health coverage from a job and who is applying for health insurance through the marketplace:
    • Name, phone number and email address of a person at your employer who can be contacted about employee health coverage.  (For example, this could be someone from human resources.)
    • Whether the health plan covers an employee’s spouse or dependent(s)
    • Whether the employer offers a health plan that meets the ACA minimum value standard
    • For the lowest-cost plan that meets the minimum value standard offered ONLY to the employee (don’t include family plans), the premium (and how often the premium is paid) that the employee would pay if he/she received the maximum discount for any tobacco cessation programs, and didn’t receive any other discounts based on wellness programs offered.
    • If the plan year will end soon, whether and what changes the employer will be making for the new plan year.
Cost: Free