Study Finds Only A Third Of Insurers Made Money On Marketplace Plans In 2014


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Report: 107,500 Minnesotans Who Qualify Aren’t Tapping Insurance Subsidies


A new report suggests that about 107,500 Minnesotans last year weren’t tapping federal tax credits to discount health insurance premiums, even though they qualified. In some cases, people eligible for subsidies might have simply skipped the tax credits, because the dollar value was small. But there also could be information gaps where people either didn’t realize they were eligible, or didn’t know where to go for subsidies, according to findings presented Wednesday during a MNsure board of directors meeting in St. Paul. (Snowbeck, 7/20)

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