DWQA QuestionsCategory: Cost-SharingIf I mis-estimate my income and end up earning more than 250% of the federal poverty level next year, will I have to pay back the cost-sharing subsidies?
HealthTNHealthTN Staff asked 5 years ago

If I mis-estimate my income and end up earning more than 250% of the federal poverty level next year, will I have to pay back the cost-sharing subsidies?

1 Answers
HealthTNHealthTN Staff answered 5 years ago

No. Unlike premium tax credits, which are reconciled each year based on the income you actually earned, cost sharing reductions are not reconciled.

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