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MEDICARE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Discover the ins and outs of Medicare with our engaging FAQs, your go-to resource for demystifying eligibility, coverage options, and the nitty-gritty details of this vital health insurance program.

The cost of insurance through Covered California varies based on individual circumstances. To get an estimate, you can contact their agents or use their online calculator.

Yes, Covered California offers dental coverage. Starting from the 2016 plan year, adult dental coverage can be added to your plan. Dental coverage for children has always been available.

Covered California is not an insurance company itself. It is a marketplace for health insurance plans from various providers like Blue Shield, Blue Cross, Health Net, or Kaiser.

In California, you can sign up for “ObamaCare” through Covered California, which is the state’s health insurance exchange.

Covered California is essentially California’s version of ObamaCare, created to sell insurance as dictated in the Affordable Care Act.

The last day for open enrollment in Covered California for the year 2024 is January 31, 2024.

Due to high call volumes, it can be difficult to get through to Covered California. There are options to contact them via their customer support channels.

This form, known as the “Health Insurance Marketplace Statement,” is important for tax filing if you have health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, including Covered California. It includes information about your coverage and any premium tax credits received.

If you receive IRS Form 1095-A, you should review it for accuracy and use it when filing your federal income tax returns. It’s essential for calculating premium tax credits and ensuring compliance with healthcare coverage requirements.

Need any help!

For more detailed information and assistance regarding Covered California and its health insurance options, you might consider contacting Unidos Health Solutions. They could provide specific guidance and support tailored to your needs. It’s always a good idea to reach out to knowledgeable professionals or organizations when seeking information about health insurance options and requirements.

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