Bank Account Statement Review for Medi Cal Qualification?
Since you qualify for Medi-Cal at NO PREMIUM, they want to know everything about your current financial situation. They want to know where the money came from, or the source of the funds. They also use your bank statements to see how much MAGI money you are earning Home Buying Institute.com
Medicaid wants to see a full financial accounting of an individual’s finances and assets to determine eligibility. They will look to ascertain that no monies were gifted to family and friends during the five years prior to an individual getting onto Medicaid – Nursing Home – Long Term Care. seniors resource guide.com
Resources & Links
We've developed the Medi-Cal portion of our website, as many of our Covered CA clients unfortunately end up here, if their income drops below 133% of FPL, Federal Poverty Level, see the income chart.
We do not get a nickel, for this site or for helping people enroll in Medi-Cal, nor answering complex questions. When you have other questions or need coverage, take a look at our other websites:
- Medi Cal Explained CHCF
- 10 Essential Health Benefits
- Our Webpage onMedi Cal Benefits
- Western Poverty Law - Exact Legal Rules on Coverage for Low Income Californian's
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#Report changes as they happen - within 30 days!
10 days for Medi Cal
- Our VIDEO on how to report changes to Covered CA
- Lost your job? How to keep your Health Insurance. Shelter at Home VIDEO
- References & Links
- Visit our webpage on how to report changes
Covered CA Certified Agent
No extra charge if you qualify for Covered CA Subsidies.
We don’t get compensated to help you with Medi Cal. Here’s Medi-Cal’s contact information.
Get a Covered CA Quote, including subsidy calculation
Excerpt of email from DHCA
Thank you for contacting the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS).
We are prohibited by law from sharing Protected Health Information (PHI), and Personal Confidential Information (PCI).
Please refer the consumer to the Medi-Cal Now In-Box at [email protected] and we will be happy to assist them with any Medi-Cal issues they may have.
Protected Health Information (PHI) is individually identifiable health information that describes the past, present, or future physical or mental health or the condition of an individual. PHI includes information about the health care services an individual has received or will receive and information about payment for health care services provided in the past, present, or future. Personal confidential information (PCI) is information that is not public which identifies or describes an individual including names, home addresses, home telephone numbers, Social Security Numbers, medical or employment histories, personnel records, licensing records or workers’ compensation. Thank you for allowing DHCS to serve you. Email dated 6.5.2017 10:43 AM
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Be sure to find their EOC Evidence of Coverage to know exactly how your benefits work.
Related pages inSection
- Bank Statement Review
- Don’t want Medi-Cal for the kids – redetermination form?
- MC 216 Income & Expense Definitions
- MC 262 Long-Term Care Medi-Cal Renewal
We can’t afford to do Covered CA’s and Medi-Cal’s work to answer your questions. Please use our contact page and talk to someone who is getting a great salary and benefits to help you. Try their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CoveredCA/