Can someone over 65 ineligible for Medicare – as they have not lived in the USA five years so they can buy in to coverage get the advance premium tax credit?
What if they have to pay for Medicare Part A?
If someone is over 65 and not eligible for no premium Part A Hospital Medicare there was a BIG debate when ACA/Covered CA/Obamacare started. It’s now well settled that they can. Here’s proof, the 1095 A showing the subsidy!
Our webpage on 1095 A Proof of Health Coverage for the past year
Proofs & References
Over 65, but I don’t qualify for Medicare. You can purchase Marketplace coverage and qualify for subsidies based on your income. KFF
Medicare Part A has a premium: However, if someone qualifies for Medicare but has to pay a premium for Part A and does not enroll in Medicare Part A, they may be eligible for a Covered California health plan. Depending on a consumer’s income, they may be eligible for premium assistance and cost-sharing subsidies for the Covered California health plan. Covered CA – Medicare Info
Code of Federal Regulations 1.36B-2 Eligibility for Premium Tax Credit Is not eligible for minimum essential coverage [Can’t get Medicare!]
Broker Q & A… CAHBA.com Phil Daigle
Jump to 2:30 for those not eligible for No Premium Part A
Moulder Law – Flow Chart
- H & R Block
- Estimate the Subsidy for Health Insurance, benefits, premiums, etc.
- 8962 ONLINE Calculator